Divorce proceedings are undoubtedly painful, and they’re even more painful when you have a child involved in the dispute. As a custodial parent, you’re going to need a Boynton Beach child custody lawyer on your side fighting for your rights, and there’s no better lawyer that you can ask for than the Stok Kon + Braverman.Why Should You Get a Boynton Beach Child Custody Lawyer to Represent You?
Here are just a few of the many reasons you need a Boynton Beach child custody lawyer to represent you in your divorce proceedings:
Florida law requires that the judge considers solely what’s in the best interests of the child when determining which parent gets primary custody. As the premier Boynton Beach child custody lawyer, Stok Kon + Braverman, will vigorously defend your rights in the proceedings, and demonstrate to the court using a preponderance of evidence that you, in fact, are the better candidate for primary custody.
According to Florida law, the parent with primary custody gets to make all of the decisions regarding the child and doesn’t necessarily have to consult with the non-custodial parent when making the decision. As an experienced Boynton Beach child custody lawyer, Stok Kon + Braverman, will be able to demonstrate to the court that you are qualified to make decisions regarding your child.
Florida law puts forth a very specific set of child support guidelines when it comes to determining how much child support a non-custodial parent must pay when it comes to their child. If it is determined that you are not, in fact, suited for primary custody, a trusted Boynton Beach child custody lawyer like Stok Kon + Braverman, will be able to negotiate a good child support payment agreement on your behalf.
In short, it’s better to have a Boynton Beach child custody lawyer on your side, no matter how amicable – or contentious – your divorce proceedings are. Stok Kon + Braverman, is pleased to serve clients in Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade Counties, and invite its residents to contact them with all of their child custody needs.