CHILD CUSTODY / PARENTING TIME
As important as it is for parents to protect the best interests of their children, divorce and post-divorce life may make parental agreement exceedingly difficult. In such instances, parents may find that these custody battles involving their children are the most controversial aspects of a divorce proceeding. If you are in the Indianapolis, Indiana area and are involved in a case relating to family law, you need a strong and zealous advocate on your side. At Stoffel Law, LLC, we are dedicated to walking with you through this trying time.
How can Stoffel Law, LLC help with your child custody case?
Stoffel Law, LLC is here to help both mothers and fathers in child custody and parenting time matters such as:
- Parental Rights / Child In Need Of Services (CHIN)
- Grandparent Visitation
Why Stoffel Law, LLC?
When parents cannot agree on custody-related matters, the judge must make hard decisions. The results of these decisions regulate each parent’s rights to see the children and to be involved in major life decisions (i.e. the children’s health care, education, religion, etc.). Your custody rights may be your most important and dearly held rights. Legal proceedings that put those rights at risk should not be taken lightly.
Stoffel Law, LLC’s attorney Bryan Stoffel understands the weight that these cases carry. Assets can be regained, but the time you lose with your child cannot, which is why Bryan works diligently to help achieve your goals and limit the time your child is caught in a custody battle.
More than just visitation
Bryan believes that no parent merely “visits” a child, which is why he fights for maximum parenting time instead. In accordance with the Indiana state guidelines, he ensures that each parent receives fair and meaningful contact with her or his child or children. Bryan is dedicated to fighting for your parental rights and to crafting custody and parenting time arrangements that serve your children’s best interests.
Going through a custody battle? Need more information? Click here to arrange a free child custody and/or parenting time consultation or call (317) 674-8222.