At Adams & Luka, we understand that divorce or separation of parents is not always amicable, and that issues arise regarding the legal rights of fathers, mothers, grandparents, and even step-parents in regards to children. These issues are often related to custody, visitation, and shared parenting, along with relocation of one parent or another. In certain situations, one or both parents may seem unfit or incapable of providing the necessities essential for children - food, shelter, clothing, and a loving environment. Our Orlando family law attorneys are committed to protecting family members' rights under Florida law. We urge you to contact us today if you believe you are entitled to rights that you are not being given.
The legal system in Florida focuses first and foremost on the best interests of the children when the family disintegrates. When parents divorce or unmarried parents of biological children decide to go their separate ways, it can be emotionally devastating for the children. Which parent will maintain custody, if either? What can you expect in regards to visitation, or a shared parenting plan? As a grandparent who is concerned regarding the welfare of your grandchildren, can you get legal custody of the children, or work out a visitation schedule that is suitable for all involved? As experienced Orlando family lawyers, we understand how complex these issues can be - and your concern for any children who are caught up in the middle of unfortunate situations.Family Member Rights Attorneys in Central Florida Advocating on Behalf of Fathers, Mothers, and Grandparents
As family law lawyers in Orlando, we realize that there are circumstances in which grandparents may feel the frequency of visitation is not fair; you may even feel that your own son or daughter is not a capable parent, and desire custody of the children. These issues are highly complex, and require the legal guidance and support of experienced and compassionate family law attorneys who understand Florida laws, and how they apply in every situation.
Some of our areas of focus when it comes to the rights of family members regarding children include:
Today, family dynamics are much different than they were a few decades ago. There are many grandparents raising their grandchildren, and fathers who have primary custody of their children. Years ago, it was almost a "given" that a child's mother would gain sole custody, with the father having visitation rights. Not so today - things have changed considerably, and many factors are taken into consideration when deciding custody, visitation, shared parenting, grandparent's rights, and other family issues.Contact Adams & Luka Now
At Adams & Luka, we understand your concern for the children involved whether your are a child's mother, father, step-parent, or grandparent. You want what is best for the child's emotional and psychological well-being, and are concerned that the courts may not see it your way. Factors including parental abuse, domestic violence, how well a child is coping with school/community, drug/alcohol abuse by either parent, and others may come into play in determining the rights of various family members. We are on your side, advocates for the best interest of your children, grandchildren, or step children. Call us for a free consultation today at 407-872-0303 or 352-357-4084.