Child Custody Legal Assistance in Olympia, WA
Olympia, WA Family Law Practice
Questions and disputes can arise over child custody whether or not the parents have ever been lawfully married. Having custody established protects the rights of the children and parents involved and can alleviate problems and stress. In the Olympia, WA area, Cordes Brant PLLC is the family law firm to turn to when you need help with child custody services.
Establishing custody rules as early as possible is a wise step that will help create boundaries and stability that both parents must adhere to. Legal documentation over child custody provides a set of binding rules to fall back on when challenges or disputes between parties crop up. Having a law firm that specializes in family law, divorce, and child custody will ensure your voice and desires are heard in the U.S. court system. At Cordes Brant PLLC, our attorneys have over 70 years of combined experience if all realms of family legal services.
Children’s Rights In the Courts
Our experience enables our family law attorneys to work on child custody issues that need to change. If you want to amend your divorce decree or alter your existing custody arrangement, turn to Cordes Brandt PLLC. Whether you require immediate assistance to secure the welfare and safety of your child or you’re facing relocation petitions, we handle all aspects of child custody. Our expertise includes setting up child support and seeking delinquent payments and back payments too.
Contact Us Today
The need for legal assistance of any kind can be emotional and worrisome. Luckily, the family law attorneys with Cordes Brandt PLLC, in the Olympia area, are here to ensure you don’t have to face it alone. Our team specializes in family law services and will help you with your child custody case. You can reach us at 360-357-7793.
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