Personalized Family Law & Divorce Representation for Johnson County
We understand that divorce can be a time-consuming and stressful time for you and your children. Often, feelings are hurt and people can act in damaging ways. That's why, at the Law Office of Robert E. Luttrell, we take the time to meet with you and treat you with the respect and care you deserve. We make sure you and your children's best interests are honored throughout the legal process. Our Johnson County child custody attorney aims to make this process as smooth, efficient, and comfortable as possible so that you can focus on your family rather than legal battles.
To receive your free initial case evaluation, call our firm at (817) 645-6600
Types of Child Custody in Texas
- Joint Managing Conservatorship (JMC) - This is where both parents share in the rights and responsibilities of raising the child and making decisions, but may not necessarily enjoy possession and access in visitation or custody.
- Sole Managing Conservatorship (SMC) - This is where one parent has the legal right over the child and is responsible for making major decisions regarding the child's education, religion, and lifestyle.
What is involved in a Custody Case?
When your case is heard by a family court, there is a range of information that the court will review and examine in order to determine customer, With so much information involved, it's important to have a Cleburne divorce attorney who is detail-oriented, experience, and understands your case.
There are many factors involved in a customer case in Texas, such as:
- Child Support
- Joint Custody
- Legal Custody
- Sole Custody
- Physical Custody
- Visitation / possession & access
How Courts Determine Child Custody
Child custody can be negotiated and settled between parents. However, some parents may not be able to agree on how to divide the child's time or where the child should live throughout the year. In this situation, the courts may intervene and make the decisions for the parents using the child's best interests as the guiding principle.
Factors that can affect custody arrangements:
- The child's wishes
- The needs of the child
- What's in the best interest of the child
- Each parent's parenting abilities
- The geographic distance of each parent's home
- The level of cooperation between parents
- Whether acts of violence or abuse is present in a home
Call Our Johnson County Child Custody Attorney: (817) 645-6600
For difficult child custody disputes or cases, Robert E. Luttrell thoughtfully examines and re-examines facts, case law, speaks with witnesses, and meets with you to go over the smallest details of your case. This attention to detail is what led to him being named as one of the Air Force's best trial attorneys in 2007. He has effectively handled numerous cases involving custody battles across state and international borders as well as relocation matters. We can assist with modifying child custody orders to better accommodate your family's unique situation.
With years of experience as a trial lawyer, Robert E. Luttrell is knowledgeable about forming an aggressive legal strategy. Our firm is able to develop an aggressive legal plan while building a strong relationship with each client. We know how important a foundation of trust is, which is why the Cleburne divorce lawyer you meet with is the one you are in court with—no paralegals or assistants.
Get the aggressive and detailed representation you need for you child custody case. Call our firm today at (817) 645-6600