Pursuing Your Parenting Plan
When parents divorce, their children are thrown into an emotional tailspin. The focus becomes what is in the best interest of their children when making decisions about custody, visitation and support.
The Law Office of Christine Saverda Nielson, P.A., in Towson, Maryland, helps parents understand the logistics of child custody and the options that can or cannot work for them and their children. Our family law firm evaluates each case to explore all options, such as the need for custody evaluations and what other measures might need to be pursued to serve the best interests of the minor children in uncontested and contested child custody matters.
We know how stressful child custody disputes are, which is why we are here to help. Contact us by calling 443-377-3043 to schedule an initial consultation.
Helping You Through A Stressful Time
Lawyer Christine Saverda Nielson’s clients in the area, including towns like Towson, Parkville and Pikesville, have expressed their appreciation for her tireless devotion to their cases and her refusal to give up. She views and considers all child visitation options to provide a comprehensive perspective of each case.
When divorce occurs, parents must find a way to share their children, so we provide the guidance to responsibly represent our clients’ best interests in regard to child visitation and support. We represent clients in:
- Uncontested: One-on-one guidance is provided to you while drafting child custody and visitation agreements that are in the best interest of you and your children.
- Contested: We tenaciously defend your rights as a parent and will leave no stone unturned in finding a child custody solution that meets your needs. We try and resolve these disputes through negotiations, but can and will put our trial experience to work for you when needed.
Tenaciously Pursuing Custody Modifications In Your Child’s Best Interests
Ms. Nielson gives individualized guidance in each case she handles. When she is working on child custody modification cases, she advises her clients about the legalities and the process while focusing on their specific and unique case history, and their family dynamics.
Modifications are often necessary in child custody, visitation and support cases as the family’s needs change after the divorce is finalized. Working through these modifications might take time, but an attorney like Christine Saverda Nielson provides insightful and timely advice and options that give the parties and their children the options and strategy that work for their individual needs.