Committed To Protecting Your Custody Rights

At Justin Raber Attorney at Law, we are committed to protecting our clients' custody rights and visitation rights. We know that of all the issues in your divorce or your breakup, the well-being of your children is at the top of the priority list.

Just as no child is the same, no family or custody case is the same. We work collaboratively with clients to make sure that a resolution works for their family and for them. Our custody and visitation lawyers will carefully explain the process and the potential outcomes, which are dependent on your individual circumstances.

What Is In The Best Interests Of Your Children?

A custody issue may arise as part of a divorce, out of a paternity case or after the breakup of an unmarried couple. Regardless of how a custody action begins, the issues are the same.

Child custody decisions are made based on what is in the best interests of the children. The court looks at a variety of factors surrounding the stability of the child, continuing existing parent-child relationships, and protecting the child's physical and emotional safety.

Custody decisions can take many forms. Parents may share custody equally, or one parent may have primary physical custody — the residential parent —- while the other has visitation. It is rare for one parent to have sole physical custody.

Once custody and visitation are determined, the issue of child support can be decided. We can help explain how that is calculated and what factors may impact that amount.

Contact Us Today To Set Up A Consultation

For more information about our family law services, call our office at 304-699-1551 or send us an email to schedule a consultation. Our office is conveniently located in St. Marys, West Virginia.