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Pursuing Sole Custody of Your Child

Some of the most contentious aspects of any divorce agreement involve those associated with the care of a child or children following the dissolution of the marriage. Under some circumstances, one parent will attempt to gain sole custody of his or her child when the other parent is thought to be unfit to care for the child. To achieve sole custody, however, the parent must typically demonstrate that it is in the best interest of the child to be solely in his or her care. With that in mind, it is highly advisable that anyone pursuing sole custody of their child or children retain an experienced family attorney to do so.

Rights of Sole Custody

With sole custody, a parent will retain sole legal responsibility over his or her child after the divorce. As such, parents who retain sole custody of their children are capable of making decisions about the wellbeing of their children without any interference on part of the other parent, including decisions regarding:

  • Medical care
  • Education
  • Religious upbringing
  • Any important life choices

Our Raleigh legal team knows how difficult this process can be for a family; we will be there to support you and your children every step of the way.

Consult with a Raleigh Sole Custody Attorney

At Marshall & Taylor PLLC, our Raleigh sole custody attorneys understand how emotionally draining the entire process of divorce can be; we will do everything we can to help you protect your interests as you pursue sole custody of your child or children. To discuss the particulars of your case with one of our family lawyers, please call our Raleigh offices at 919-833-1040 today.

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