Handling Custody & Visitation For Military Divorces
Military personnel serving in another part of the country or overseas face daunting challenges in child custody and visitation cases.
I am family law attorney Keith Schulefand and at the law office of Keith B. Schulefand, Esq., in Buffalo, New York, I have the knowledge needed to deal with the complexities and emotional aspects of a custody and visitation order as part of a military divorce.
Handling The Challenges Of Custody And Visitation On Your Behalf
Enlisting in the military is a sacrifice that many people make. However, those sacrifices need not be put upon the children of a divorcing couple. They are entitled to quality time with both parents, regardless of their location or distance between each other. While military child custody cases are challenging and sometimes contentious, I help clients find solutions.
Resolving Custody And Visitation Issues In The Best Interests Of Your Children
When seeking middle ground in a child custody and visitation order involving a military family, various factors come into play. Extensive travel may be involved within and outside of the United States. That expense may have an impact on child support. However, in the end, the focus on both parents should be on the best interests of their children.
Divorce — particularly a military divorce — is disruptive enough without denying children access to one parent based on distance and the profession a mom or dad has chosen.
Contact My Office To Learn More
For more information or to schedule an appointment to talk about military divorce involving complicated custody and visitation issues, please email my office today.