Trusted Winter Park Family Lawyer
Physical Custody: Protect your right to live with your child!
In a child custody case, physical custody describes a parent's ability
to live with their child after the divorce has been finalized. This is
type of custody is vital to maintaining a positive parent-child relationship. At
Richard A. Heller, P.A., we recognize the extreme importance of
child custody matters, and can provide the legal support you need to secure a favorable ruling.
Contact our firm today for a
free consultation with an experienced family lawyer.
Our Winter Park child custody attorney is prepared to represent you throughout
your divorce. This dedication to top-quality service is reflected in consistent
client satisfaction, as demonstrated in our
BV® Distinguished™ rating from Martindale-Hubbell®. We have also been accredited with an
A+ Rating by the
Better Business Bureau, further indicating our high standing among clients and firms throughout
the legal community. To experience this service for yourself, call our
office today. We would like to discuss your child custody situation, and
can provide straightforward answers to your questions.
How Custody is Determined in Florida
Florida courts decide
child custody claims based upon what they believe to be your child's best interest.
It is important that you understand what to expect going into a custody
hearing, and that you have a seasoned legal representative at your side
as you pursue the best possible plan. Whether you are negotiating the
terms of custody in a collaborative divorce or are in the midst of a contested divorce,
our firm can consider all relevant factors as we develop an effective approach
to your case.
Custody is determined by the following factors:
- The child's preference
- Individual parenting skills
- Each parent's financial situation
- The child's health and medical needs
- Anything else that affects your child
nearly 58 years of combined legal experience, our
Winter Park child custody lawyers have seen many child custody cases progress through the court system.
We know the forms of supporting evidence the court will consider when
deciding where your children will live and can help you make the most
of any hearing. Work with our firm today to receive legal service marked
by integrity, skill, and dedication.
Obtaining Sole Custody
In many modern families, physical custody is shared by both parents. While
courts tend to favor joint custody rulings, they will always award a time-sharing
plan that serves your child's best interest. Sole custody, or custody
awarded to just one parent, is reserved for cases where a joint custody
plan would prove detrimental to your child's well-being.
Grounds for sole custody include:
- Drug or alcohol abuse
- Domestic violence
If you would like to obtain physical custody of your children in a
divorce, call our firm today. Our firm can help you fight for sole custody when
any other ruling would be harmful to your child. We are
dedicated to protecting your children and your rights as a parent, and will do everything
in our power to pursue the results you need.
Obtain First-Rate Service at a Reasonable Price
Searching for a Winter Park child custody attorney? Your situation is unique,
and our firm offers personalized service to ensure that your family's
needs are met throughout your case. We can help you seek physical custody,
joint custody, or a
visitation schedule that suits your needs and protects your children. With uncompromising
ethical standards and a commitment to affordable service, our firm can
provide the counsel you seek.
Call Richard A. Heller, P.A. at (407) 501-4052 to learn how we can handle your case!
Notice: Due to COVID-19, we may schedule telephone and video consultations
and are available via Zoom, Facetime, Skype, and Messenger. Weekend initial
consultations are also available. Please don’t hesitate to call
us if you have any questions!