Child Custody in Frisco, TX

Frisco Area
Plano Area
Mckinney Area
Allen Area

Divorce Lawyers Serving

Reducing the Negative Effects of Divorce on Children

The Frisco divorce attorneys at Megan B. Rachel are especially sensitive to the long-term negative effects a divorce can have on your children. A timely and comprehensive agreement with the mutual consent of both parents is a necessity to reduce the emotional strain on your children and return their lives to normalcy within the parameters of the new family structure. Strong proponents of mediation and negotiated agreements, our lawyers assist parents in working together to solve custody issues during a time when they may be the most emotionally distant.

What Is In The Child’s Best Interest?

Our Texas divorce lawyers believe that clear and consistent communication is the key to understanding the options available to parents related to child custody, including:

  • Joint Managing Conservatorship (JMC) vs. Sole Managing Conservatorship
  • Standard Possession vs. Expanded Standard Possession
  • Enforcement/modification of decrees

What Is In The Child’s Best InterestEach of these options will determine the extent to which an individual parent will have control over or be a part of their child’s life after a divorce. It is very important to ensure that your rights are protected and that you are able to establish the most beneficial relationship between you and your children without resorting to costly and extended litigation that is both financially and emotionally draining for your entire family.

Our lawyers assist clients in Frisco and throughout Texas with all aspects of the process for determining child custody and will guide you through the complex process of hearings, evaluations, mandatory mediation and trial/appeals. While a negotiated agreement is always ideal, the attorneys at Rachel-Hewett are aggressive litigators who are always looking out for the best interests of your children. We are well versed in Texas family law and won’t hesitate to take a case before a judge if it’s the only way to reach a fair and just solution.