Looking Out For Your Child’s Interests
No parent wants their child to suffer the effects of a long and difficult child custody dispute. The best interests of your children are paramount at Brian S. Piper Co., LPA. We will help you make the prompt and intelligent decisions you need to protect your children and your relationship with them.
Our law firm works with parents, whether they’re former spouses or they’ve never been married to each other, to find viable solutions that put the children first.
Having an experienced lawyer on your side can help you effectively negotiate parenting time and financial support as well as address issues you may not foresee such as:
- What happens if you or the other parent marries or remarries?
- What are your rights if you or the other parent wants to relocate due to work or other factors?
- How much say do you have in your child’s education, including finding the right school districts?
- How can the court protect you and your children if abuse is involved?
Divorce is often hardest on children. We will do everything in our power to limit the amount of trauma so that we can see them happy and settled. We do this by trying to reduce the amount of stress and hostility during negotiations, offering you support and striving to reach a prompt, final determination so the whole family can move forward. And if a negotiated agreement is not attainable, we have the decades of litigation experience necessary to fight and win for you.
Keeping Families Connected
We realize the importance of cultural backgrounds and extended family in the lives of children. That’s why we represent grandparents seeking visitation, too. We also work with parents to negotiate a fair resolution when there are differences in matters of religion or upbringing.
We handle custody matters by putting children first because it is one of the single most important ways to ensure their well-being and stability after divorce. Contact the law office of Brian S. Piper Co., LPA, in Westerville, Ohio, online to request an appointment, or call us at 614-426-8704 to discuss your concerns with an experienced family law attorney. Your initial consultation is on us.