Child Custody Contact Form

More than 1 million children experience divorce each year in the US. If you have questions about child custody and visitation, contact our firm to schedule a consultation with an experienced family law attorney.

Issues involving children can complicate a divorce and turn a peaceful process into a contentious fight. At the Law Offices of Mark Abzug, P.A. in Coral Springs, Florida, our lawyers share the court's focus of the best interests of the children. Mediation is desired to protect your children, but we will represent you in court if you are unable to resolve child custody and visitation disputes amicably. Your attorney from our firm will aggressively protect your rights and thoroughly communicate how the law applies to your case. There is more information on child custody and visitation listed below. To learn more about your case, contact us to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer.

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Child Custody Contact Form

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How many children do you have and what are their ages?

Have you started divorce proceedings yet?
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Have you physically separated from your spouse?
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With whom do the children live?

Have you worked out any temporary arrangements regarding child custody and visitation?
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Does your former spouse engage in any behavior that puts your children at risk?
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Do either you or your former spouse intend to relocate to another state at any time in the near future?
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Have any temporary or permanent custody and visitation orders already been entered in your divorce case?
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Have you met with any non-legal professionals like mediators or parenting coaches yet in an effort to resolve disputed custody issues?
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Has a custody evaluation been ordered or completed in your case?
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