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Child Custody

Child Custody

The dissolution of a marriage or partnership raises a plethora of issues. When children are involved, the resulting issues are even more complex as custody issues come to the forefront. To ensure that a fair arrangement, based upon the children’s best interests, is reached, it is essential that you work with a knowledgeable family lawyer.

Child custody is dual-faceted in that it encompasses both the physical and legal custody of the child. Physical custody is where the child resides while legal custody entails the decision making process for the parents including the right to decide education preferences, religious practices, medical treatments, and activity involvement. Both of these aspects must be considered during child custody proceedings.

Attorney Summers routinely handles child custody cases and can help to determine the best custody arrangement for you and your children. He will listen to your desires, review the custody evaluator’s recommendations (if any), identify the children’s preferences, and explain how state laws impact your specific case and family situation. Considering these factors, Attorney Summers will work with you to devise a plan of custody for your children.

Attorney Summers will work with you to achieve the best possible outcome while preserving your parental rights and protecting your children’s best interests. Contact Summers Family Law today to schedule a free consultation and assessment of your case.




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60 Austin Street, Suite 210, Newton, MA 02460
| Phone: 617.795.3000

Marriage & Divorce | Child-Related | About Us | Why Us? | Pricing

Law Firm Website Design by
Amicus Creative

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