Custody Considerations | Determining Fair Custody For Military Members
For most military service members facing a divorce, one of the most pressing concerns involves the child custody determination. Military stationing and other factors can result in significant challenges in the process of protecting your custody and visitation rights.
Make sure you work with a lawyer who understands the challenges you face in military divorce and can help you. At The Grinnell Firm, PSC, attorney Eric Grinnell and our team can protect your rights and handle all of your concerns. Representing clients in Lexington, Richmond and Florence, Kentucky, we take cases for military members and nonmilitary spouses in military divorces.
Protecting Your Rights In Custody Arrangements
We can help protect your rights in all aspects of military child custody arrangements, including:
- Your presence in the courtroom: If you are stationed overseas or out of state, we can find alternatives to ensure your rights are adequately protected.
- Military custody: Attorney Eric Grinnell can protect your right to shared custody and work around the geographic roadblocks that could stand in your way of exercising your rights. We can also help adapt current custody orders for the new locations and changes in your life.
- Visitation rights: Many military members worry that their military responsibilities will hinder their right to regular visitation with their children. We know the challenges and how to overcome them to help you maintain your relationship with your child.
As an experienced lawyer with nearly a decade of service with the U.S. Navy, Eric Grinnell understands both the legal and military aspects of military child custody. This experience helps us resolve most military custody arrangements through amicable negotiations, as well as aggressive courtroom litigation when necessary.
We Can Help Military Members ∙ Call 859-DIV-ORCE (859-348-6723)
It is important to talk with a lawyer about your rights and options in military child custody determinations. Call us at 859-DIV-ORCE (859-348-6723), or contact us online to schedule your initial consultation.