Your Advocate in Parenting Time
Getting the Visitation that is best for your Family
One of the most turbulent aspects of the breakup of a family during a divorce is the issue of child custody and visitation. Who is the child going to live with? How much time will the other parent get to spend with the child? Which parent gets to be with the child on holidays? At the law firm of James E. Bruce, Jr., Attorney at Law, we help people find answers to these questions and more, not only in divorce cases, but in paternity cases as well.
We provide child custody and visitation representation to people in Hopkinsville and the surrounding parts of Kentucky, including military personnel at Fort Campbell Army Base.
When Creativity is Critical
Determining child custody and visitation is almost always stressful. However, there are some situations that make this matter even more challenging. What if one of the parents is planning on moving to the other side of the state, or the other side of the country? What if one parent is in the military? With more than 30 years of experience on our side, we know the importance of getting creative in order to solve these unique problems.
Custody Enforcement and Modification Lawyer
One of the biggest myths about child custody is that, if the non-custodial parent is not paying child support, that parent does not get to see the child. In reality, these are two different issues. We can help with enforcement of child custody for those who have been denied visitation, either because they have not paid child support or for any other reason.
Child custody arrangements may require modification in a variety of situations. If you need to change arrangements because of a new job, remarriage, the birth of a new child or because of concerns about the child’s safety, we can help.