Clarksville Child Custody & Visitation
Resolving Child Custody Issues – (931) 361-4477
Whether you need to negotiate, mediate, or litigate a child custody case,
you can depend on our family law firm. Backed by decades of experience,
Mr. Pittman can help you determine child custody in a
divorce and handle post-divorce modifications. Our Clarksville child custody attorney
is prepared to work directly with you from start to finish of your custody
and visitation case.
Counsel for Parenting Plans & Custody Litigation
At Patton & Pittman, our goal is to secure a fair custody and visitation
mediation or some other amicable process, setting aside egos and resentments so
as to build a parenting plan that works best for the child. But if that
is simply not possible, then we are ready to litigate your case at trial.
You can depend on our experienced litigation team.
- In determining a custody and visitation court order, family courts generally
- The quality of the child’s relationships with each parent
- The child’s relationships with siblings and other relatives, as well
as in the community and school
- Any history of domestic abuse or substance abuse
- The wishes of the child, particularly if 12 years old or more
Courts typically want to award joint custody so that the child benefits
from having both parents in their life, and a court will also want to
promote continuity in the kid’s life as much as possible. But each
case is unique, and our Clarksville custody and visitation lawyers are
ready to work one-on-one with you to ensure that we understand your family
dynamic and your children’s needs. We are ready to work tirelessly
to make sure that the court sees what is best for your children, and then
makes that a reality.
Modifying Child Custody or Support in Clarksville
- We represent either side in cases that involve:
- Relocating outside of Tennessee with the children
- Requesting an increase in parenting time
- Petitioning for full custody due to neglect or abuse
- Requesting a decrease or increase in child support payments
- Failure to pay child support
- Violations of the parenting plan or a refusal of visitation rights
Whether your child custody case involves the Tennessee Parental Relocation
Act or the laws that affect members of the Armed Forces, we have the insight
and advice you need. We can discuss how we can help you in a free, confidential
consultation. No matter the legal challenges present, our experienced
Clarksville family law firm is ready to protect your child’s best interest.
We understand what is at stake, and we are ready to advocate for your child’s
future. Call (931) 361-4477 to
request your FREE initial consultation and to learn how we can help you.