When a marriage ends in divorce or when unmarried parents separate, both parents remain responsible for the care and well-being of their children. However, parents often disagree about what is best for their children and what rights and responsibilities each parent should take on.
When parents in Asheville and western North Carolina encounter such disagreements, they turn to Parsons Law, PA for trusted guidance and representation. We have extensive experience both in and out of the courtroom. If you face a trial to protect your parental rights or your child’s resources, you can trust us to fully advocate for you.
Our law firm is dedicated to resolving complex and sensitive custody and child support problems for our valued clients. We place a special emphasis on legal issues that affect children, and we always strive to resolve conflicts in a manner that reduces the children’s exposure to stress and conflict to the greatest possible extent.
Absent factors such as abuse and neglect, courts favor child custody arrangements in which both parents play a meaningful role in their child’s life. Generally, it is best when parents can come to an agreement on these issues. You know your family best. We will work with you closely to gain an understanding of your parenting style, your family dynamics, your child’s personality and any other issues, so we can tailor a legal solution suited to your unique circumstances.
In handling child custody cases for our clients, we work to:
When disputes arise, we work diligently to protect our clients’ parental rights and the best interests of their children. In addition to representing parents, we also represent grandparents and other third parties with custody concerns.
We also represent clients in child support, including initial determinations, modifications and enforcement issues. While child support is regularly straightforward, there are often issues that require investigation and action by the courts. With talented litigators on our team, our firm has the experience and resources to handle complex child support issues involving self-employed income, hidden income, children with special needs and more.
Child custody and support issues can be challenging, but you don’t have to face them alone. To arrange a consultation with an experienced child custody attorney in Asheville, please contact our office by telephone at 828-581-9529 or by filling out the online request form.