Protect the Future And Well-Being Of Your Child
Child custody is often one of the most challenging aspects of a divorce. The decisions that are made today could forever affect your child’s well-being and your relationship with him or her. When the future of your child is at stake, you need a skilled Tupelo child custody attorney on your side.
Robert W. Davis, Jr., has more than 20 years of experience handling child custody cases. I can represent you in your child custody matter, whether you are seeking physical custody of your child or you are challenging an existing child custody order.
Fighting For You And Your Children
The child’s best interests are paramount in child custody disputes. I emphasize helping couples come to an agreement about child custody issues for the well-being of the child. However, if negotiations fail, I am prepared to aggressively defend the interests of you and your children in court.
How Courts Determine Custody
If you are unable to reach an agreement about child custody, the court will determine custody for you. In Mississippi, the court considers 12 factors when determining child custody, called the Albright factors. These factors include the child’s age, health and sex, the emotional ties of the parent and child, the stability of the home environment and employment of each parent and more.
As a skilled child custody lawyer, I can help you fight for what is best for you and your children. I will work with you to understand your family dynamic, the role that each parent plays in your child’s life and other important factors that can be used to build a strong case for you.
Put Your Children First. Call A Lawyer Today.
Child custody decisions that are made today can have lifelong effects on your children. Rely on my firm, Robert W. Davis, Jr., Attorney at Law, for skilled representation in child custody disputes. Contact me, or call 662-842-2222 for a free initial consultation.
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