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We’re Here For Your Family’s Best Interest

Child with mother seeking custody

When two parents decide to divorce, oftentimes the most important decision is determining who will be given custody of the child. Since divorce has a very serious and lasting effect on a child’s future, this decision must be made with the utmost caution.

Here at the Meadows Law Firm, we have more than 45 years of combined experience and our southwest Ohio family law attorneys have handled a wide range of family and divorce-related issues. When making a decision regarding the parental rights and responsibilities of minor children, the court typically chooses between sole custody for one of the parents or shared parenting.

To request your free 30-minute consultation, contact us online or at 513-454-6746 today.

Determining The Best Interests Of Your Child

At the Meadows Law Firm, our Butler County child custody lawyers have helped and counseled many families throughout the child custody and divorce process. If you are interested in obtaining sole custody or need help in drafting a reasonable parenting schedule, we are here to assist you. When we approach a child custody dispute, our firm takes into consideration the entire facts of your case and your individual goals.

The court decides child custody based on the child’s best interest and is determined by:

  • The wishes of the child’s parents regarding the child’s care
  • The child’s adjustment to the child’s home, school and community
  • The mental and physical health of all persons involved with the child
  • The parent more likely to honor and facilitate parenting time with the other parent

Get A Free 30-Minute Child Custody Case Consult

It is very important to us that our clients understand all of the aspects of the changes that a child custody case can have on their parenting habits. Although filing for divorce and handling child custody issues can be complicated, our intention is to make things less overwhelming and easier for everyone involved.

Call us at 513-454-6746 or contact online to discuss your child custody goals!