Augusta Child Custody and Visitation Lawyer
Our Priority Is the Best Interests of Your Children
Child custody and visitation issues are often the hardest matters to resolve during divorce. It is unfortunate when children are caught in the middle of feuding parents. Dealing with custody issues does not have to mean war, however.
The Georgia law firm of Cara Sprouse Rowe, Attorney at Law, is dedicated to providing family law legal services that serve the best interests of your children. We help our clients pursue their parental rights and interests while showing them the advantages of avoiding damaging disputes. After all, both parents are unavoidably tied to one another when there are children involved. It helps to find solutions that are respectful to everyone.
Augusta child custody and visitation attorney Cara Sprouse Rowe approaches each custody matter with several goals: to put the needs of the children first and to give both parents a chance to maintain meaningful relationships with the children.
We are realistic, however, and realize that a collaborative method does not fit every situation. Cara Sprouse Rowe is versatile and tailors her strategy to each case. When necessary, she uses her extensive litigation background and skills to fight aggressively on behalf of her clients.
We can help you with any of the following issues:
- Temporary custody
- Legal custody
- Physical custody
- Termination of parental rights
- Enforcement and modification of child custody and child support orders
- Grandparent visitation
Change of Custody
For many parents after the Initial Decree of Custody there has been a change in circumstance for the non-custodial parent. Issues regarding the custodial arrangement have emerged causing the non-custodial parent to seek custody of their child.
Issues presented to parents of a child include:
- Stable environment
- Educational needs-grades, excessive tardiness, absences
- Exposing the child to a boyfriend/girlfriend
- Custodial parent denying visitation per the Court Order
- Child’s wishes to change custody
- One party’s relocation
- Modification of parenting time
- Work schedule/demands change
- Excessive use of child care
- Drug/alcohol use
- Domestic violence in home
- Military retirement/deployment
If you have an Order and wish it to be modified to what now is in the best interest of the child, Cara Sprouse Rowe will litigate that issue with her twenty plus years of Courtroom experience.