Fort Worth Child Custody Attorney
Contact Fort Worth Child Custody Attorney Rashelle Fetty today for help with your custody case and a free consultation.
Any time two parents split, whether they were married or not, they need a Fort Worth Child Custody Attorney to help them establish legal custody of their child or children.
If you are married and get divorced, child custody will normally be handled within your divorce suit. However, after entry of your Final Decree of Divorce circumstances almost always change. If there has been a material and substantial change in the circumstances of either parent or a child, the law allows for a modification of the prior order. The Fort Worth Child Custody Attorneys at Davidson Law can discuss your options to modify your possession schedule or child support as necessary with your specific case.
If you were never married to the other parent of your child, and you have split up, you need your Fort Worth Child Custody Attorney to file what the law calls a Suit Affecting the Parent Child Relationship (or SAPCR for short). This type of case sets up a regular possession schedule for each parent and determines child support. Fort Worth Child Custody Attorney Rashelle Fetty knows the law in this area and has courtroom experience litigating these issues.
If your SAPCR is more than a year old you might need to modify it to account for changes in residence and employment of either yourself or the other parent. Contact Fort Worth Child Custody Attorney Rashelle Fetty today to assess your case.
Also, if you are a grandparent or other relative of a child who has had “actual care, custody and control” of a child for the last six months you may also need a Fort Worth Child Custody Attorney to enumerate your rights and allow you to enroll the child in school and/or sign them up for health insurance. This is a quickly evolving area of the law that Fort Worth Child Custody Attorney Rashelle Fetty has experience researching and litigating.