Custody Lawyer South Shore Massachusetts

    One of the most difficult and stressful times in a person’s life is when situations occur that disrupts families. Most times this occurs at a time of divorce or breakup; however, it can also occur when there are allegations of neglect and/or abuse. This is when you need a qualified attorney to protect your interests the most.

    Custody Attorney South Shore Massachusetts

    In divorce cases, child custody is often the hardest issue for most parents to deal with. Sometimes one parent can be motivated to interfere as much as possible with the other parent’s access to the children. Other times insecurity or guilt can lead a parent to concede important rights and interests regarding child support or parental planning in child custody negotiations.

    Attorney Mark A. Nolan can help protect your rights to your children and craft a plan with you for moving forward that focuses on your children’s well-being. We advise parents on developing visitation schedules that make practical sense. We can also petition the court when necessary to modify existing custody orders, parenting plans or visitation arrangements.

    We take the time to explain the legal and practical differences between legal custody and physical custody, and work with you to achieve the best results possible.

    Make sure you trust your own divorce attorney. We cannot stress this enough. While the vast majority of family law attorneys are looking out for your best interests; there are some who recognize that the nastier a family law matter gets, the larger the fee they may receive.

    Custody matters are stressful enough without having to second guess your own attorneys’ actions. At the Law Offices of Nolan and Nolan, P.C., we aim to resolve matters efficiently and effectively; however, we are more than prepared to defend your rights against an unreasonable opponent.

    We have represented countless clients in custody disputes and divorce matters. We take the time to understand your particular situation. We clearly explain the process and your options.

    In addition to custody and divorce matters, we handle child support matters, contempt cases, alimony related issues and guardianships of both minors and incompetents.

    If you have a question about your legal rights, give us a call in order to set up a free consultation.