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Birmingham Child Custody Lawyers

Custody Disputes, Modifications & Enforcement

Child custody is one of the most important issues in a family's life. With custody matters, your child’s health, safety, and well-being are at stake. At Guster Law Firm, LLC, we know and understand the importance of any child custody matter and fight to win what is in the best interest of the children.

With a collective four decades of legal experience, our Birmingham child custody attorneys are committed to helping you resolve your divorce, custody dispute, or modification as swiftly and painlessly as possible, while fighting for the best possible outcome. We are strong advocates for our clients’ rights and can help if you are a mother, father, grandparent, or other relative seeking custody or visitation rights.

Call us at (205) 386-6844 if you need to discuss a child custody matter.

When Courts Determine Custody

Because we are experienced both in contested and uncontested divorce and family law matters, our Birmingham custody lawyers understand how to approach child custody and visitation through negotiation or courtroom litigation. Whenever possible, we recommend a collaborative approach, as this will enable parents to work out a custom custody agreement suited to their unique needs. When the courts are involved, they will make custody determinations based on set factors. They may not know the intricacies of your family situation and may offer a less lenient or flexible approach to custody arrangements.

Alabama courts determine custody based on the best interests of the child, which may take into consideration the following factors:

  • The emotional, educational, material, and other needs of the child.
  • The home environment provided by each parent.
  • Each parent’s ability to address the child’s needs.
  • Each parent’s age, physical health, mental health, and character.
  • Depending on the child’s age, his or her preference.
  • Each parent’s relationship with the child.
  • The effect that a change in custody may have on the child’s current situation.

Whether we are fighting for custody in court or negotiating on your behalf to reach an agreement that suits you and the other parent, you can count on Guster Law Firm, LLC to protect your legal rights.

To learn more, give us a call at (205) 386-6844.

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