The court is always responsible for allocating custodial responsibility between parents. However, generally, the court will have no problem approving what parents decide on their own is in the child’s best interest.
If no agreement is reached, the court will evaluate numerous factors to determine a parent plan that is in the best interest of the child. The court may also apply limiting factors to reduce the time a parent has with the child. Limiting factors include but are not limited to abuse and neglect and domestic violence.
Regardless of how complicated matters may seem, the team does everything in their power to help clients reach favorable results. Clients always work directly with their attorney, and the team always strives to go above and beyond what is expected of them. For more information about child custody or to schedule your case evaluation, be sure to contact the firm!
If you are interested in learning more about how a Charleston, WV Child custody lawyer can help, don’t hesitate to contact the firm right away for more information. The Law Office of Pritt & Pritt, PLLC is a committed firm that is focused on helping you pursue family matters.