Almost every parent who has gone through divorce has experienced the same deep fear: losing the relationship with their child after parting ways with their spouse.
Some people fear that their spouse will try to prevent them from seeing their children. Others fear that they will grow apart from their children if they are with them every day.
While legal solutions cannot mend the deep emotional pain of divorce, they can provide a foundation for the family moving forward.
At Bulloch, Fly, Hornsby & Evans PLLC Attorneys at Law, let us help.
Our Ultimate Goal: Protecting Your Relationship With Your Children
Located in Murfreesboro, we are an established law firm, providing family law and other services to individuals throughout Middle Tennessee.
We understand parents’ fears of dealing with child custody or visitations plans. We have helped parties involved with the most complex cases with the following:
Many parents are simply seeking a custody agreement that allows both parents quality time with the children and will create a dynamic partnership under which they can work together to raise the children. We can explain co-parenting options and help you find one that works for you and is in the best interest of your children.
Many fathers fear that their spouse will prevent them from seeing their child. If you are a father and seeking advocacy for your rights as a parent, let us help. We often represent fathers who are not married to the mother of their children.
In unfortunate cases, one parent may try to turn a child against the other parent. This is referred to as parental alienation. If this is happening to you, we can fight to make sure your rights as a parent are protecting, getting the court to intervene if necessary.
Orders Of Protection
Orders of protection may be necessary if a child is in danger and needs to be protected from a parent who could be placing the child at risk of harm. If you believe your child is in danger and are seeking guidance, we can discuss orders of protection and the procedures involved.
For more information on how a lawyer from our office can help you resolve your child custody and parenting issues, please contact our law offices today.