At Ross Family Law, we realize that cases involving children come with high stakes. Child custody and support cases are often highly-contested areas of family law. As such, our aim is to vigorously protect your rights as a parent as well as the interests of your children, by pursuing child custody and support arrangements that fit the needs of your family.
Family courts in California place the highest priority on the best interests of children. However, determining “best interests” is not always clear and simple, and reaching an agreement that accomplishes this can be difficult. Often times, it calls for the application of creative problem-solving to craft a workable arrangement.
We Know What's At Stake At Ross Family Law, we appreciate the importance of every child, and we value the meaningful role that parents play in their children's lives. You can look to our firm for guidance on the complexities of custody and visitation rights. Get Started
Our Pleasanton child custody lawyers bring a strong background to the representation of these cases. Our extensive litigation experience proves invaluable when custody disputes end up in court. However, we are adept at pursuing out-of-court resolutions when appropriate.
Our firm is also well-equipped to deal with extenuating circumstances such as allegations of domestic abuse, substance addiction or neglect, which can have a tremendous impact on custody proceedings. We can help you overcome these and other challenges.
To discuss how a visitation schedule or specific child custody outcome may affect your current situation, you should not hesitate to contact our office as soon as you can. Our Pleasanton family law attorneys and team can explain your options and how we can help. This is one of the most highly contested, complex, and critical areas of a divorce, which is why we encourage you to seek professional counsel to support your case.
To learn more, please call our office at (925) 308-9920 and request a case evaluation. Our firm offers legal services to clients throughout the Bay Area, including Alameda, Contra Costa, Solano and San Francisco Counties.