Indiana Child Custody Lawyers

Child Custody and VisitationWhen people who are not married to each other have children together, it makes sense for them to have a court order in place that protects each parent’s relationship with the children. Court orders put custody and parenting time (often called visitation) decisions in writing so that parents can enforce their rights when they disagree.

At the Law Offices of Moseley & Martinez, LLC we represent parents in northern Indiana in matters related to child custody orders. We help parents establish orders as part of the divorce process or paternity proceedings. We also enforce or modify child custody and visitation orders, and we represent parents when one parent is considering moving out of the state of Indiana.

Protecting The Best Interests Of The Child — Protecting Your Family

The state of Indiana believes that it is in the child’s best interest to have frequent, meaningful and continuing contact with each parent. At our Indiana law firm, we feel strongly about protecting a child’s best interests. Our visitation attorneys are fierce advocates for parent involvement. We fight hard to keep parents involved in the lives of their children.

While many parents think about protecting their relationships with their children, they often overlook important details. How will parenting time affect your life? Who will the child stay with on the child’s birthday? On your birthday? On school holidays and summer vacations? Who will be responsible for transportation between homes?

By hiring the lawyers at the Law Offices of Moseley & Martinez, LLC, you gain the benefit of our experience. You get clear answers from someone who has handled hundreds of family law matters. We pay close attention to the details, and we fight hard to protect your relationship with your kids.

Studies reported in the Journal of the American Medical Association make it clear: Children who experience higher levels of parental involvement and a closer relationship with both parents are less likely to have behavioral problems. They tend to achieve better grades, reach higher levels of education and experience better emotional health.

Questions About Visitation? Contact Our Attorneys.

If you have questions about how the law protects your relationship with your children, call us at (219) 472-8391 or (574) 707-8675. Offering a high level of personal service, northwest Indiana child custody attorneys at our law firm are accessible and available by phone or email. After-hours and weekend appointments are available.