Child Custody & Parenting Plans
Washington Child Custody Law Firm • Legal Parenting Plans
Child custody is often the most emotional issue in any divorce. We hear nervous questions from people every day. Will I lose custody? Will I get quality time with my kids? Will I have a say-so in my kids’ education and activities? Will I have to worry about leaving my children alone with my ex-spouse? At the divorce and family law offices of Anderson, Fields & McIlwain, Inc., P.S., we will take the time to listen to your concerns and fully explain how Washington State laws affect your child custody and parenting rights.
Since 1970, our attorneys have been easing people’s child custody concerns. We will help you determine how to keep your child’s best interest in mind as we work towards a resolution. In the event you are expected to be the non-custodial parent, we will develop a parenting time plan that makes sense for you, and your children. Put your child custody and parenting time concerns into the hands of the experienced family law attorneys of Anderson, Fields & McIlwain, Inc., P.S.
If your pending divorce will include child custody and parenting time concerns, contact the child custody law offices of Anderson, Fields & McIlwain, Inc., P.S., to schedule an opportunity to share your legal concerns with us.
Child Custody and Parenting Time
- Child support
- Custodial parent relocation, move away law
- Non-custodial parent visitation, father’s rights, grandparents’ rights
- Legal guardianship law
- Supervised parenting plans
- Judgment enforcement, parenting plan enforcement
- Judgment modification of parenting plans, child support
For more specific information about Washington divorce and family law, we invite you to order our book, “Divorce in Washington.”
Contact the Washington child custody law offices of Anderson, Fields & McIlwain, Inc., P.S., to schedule an opportunity to meet with us about your child custody and child support needs.