Clearwater Child Custody Lawyer
Dedicated To Serve Our Clients And Secure Their Families Future
Going through a divorce can be a very difficult experience for all parties involved. You and your spouse are not the only parties who will be affected, as your children may be deeply impacted by the outcome of your case.
It is important that your children feel secure and stable as your divorce proceeds, which is why you should reach out to our Clearwater child custody lawyers at Tinny, Meyer & Piccarreto, P.A. We can represent you in your divorce and help you protect your children's best interests.
How you can benefit from working with our firm:
- We tirelessly pursue the best possible outcome in your case
- Professional and discrete client service from beginning to end
- Strive to keep your case out of court, whenever possible
- 35+ years of client service and legal experience
- High-quality legal counsel from qualified trial lawyers
Do I Really Need a Lawyer for Child Custody?
Even though you do not need a family attorney for a child custody case, only a court of law can grant custody. You can overlook important steps or strategies that would benefit you for fair custody battles over your children without a lawyer presenting it in the very best light.
If you are uncertain about being prepared for a custody case, then a family lawyer is going to be your best option.
What Do Judges Look For In Child Custody Cases?
Understanding how a judge looks at your case can provide your attorney the details required to represent you efficiently in Florida family courts. The judge looks out for the best interests of the child including their psychological and mental health.
You deserve heartfelt advocacy. Let us help. We handle sensitive issues with a level of care and compassion your family
deserves during a difficult time. Call our family attorneys at
(727) 245-9009 today and request a consultation.
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What Concerns Should Be Addressed In A Child Custody Case?
We understand that you may have many concerns and questions about who your child will live with and how child custody matters will be handled. Our legal team has 35 years of combined experience handling a variety of family law issues, including child custody issues, during and after divorce.
- We can handle child custody issues in the following situations:
- Sole custody
- Joint (50-50) custody
- Custody modifications
- Custody enforcements
- Visitation schedules
- Domestic violence cases
- Supervised/unsupervised visitation
What is The Difference Between Joint Custody vs Sole Custody?
In Florida, two types of child custody outlined in Florida Statute §61.13 are sole custody and joint custody. Sole custody, or "sole parental responsibility," refers to when only one parent has custody of a child, whereas joint custody, or "shared parental responsibility," refers to when both parents share the parental responsibility for a child. In general, the court will order both parents to share responsibility, unless the court finds that sharing parental responsibility will be detrimental to the child.
Contact Experienced Family Law Attorneys Serving Clearwater For Your Child’s Best Interests
Our Clearwater child custody attorneys are known for the quality of our representation as well as our compassionate and caring attitude. We know that child custody matters and other issues which affect your children can be stressful. Our legal team works hard to protect your rights and ensure your children's interests are kept in mind throughout the steps of your divorce process.
Whether you are going through a contested or uncontested divorce, you can rely on us to help you protect your children. To set up an appointment for a case consultation with a child custody attorney in Clearwater, contact us now at (727) 245-9009.
We proudly serve clients and their families throughout Clearwater, Pinellas, Pasco, and Hillsborough Counties with three offices in Clearwater, St. Petersburg, and New Port Richey.