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Child Custody

Houston, Texas, Child Custody and Conservatorship Lawyers

Nothing should be more important to a parent than his or her child. Perhaps the most difficult aspect of any divorce is the effect that it has on children. Parents who put their children's needs first and are able to reach mutual agreement regarding child custody during a divorce are taking a productive first step toward successful co-parenting after a divorce.

At Short Carter Morris, LLP, we always explore negotiation and mediation as a means of resolving disputes over child custody or conservatorship. In some cases, however, reasonable people are simply not able to reach a mutual agreement when it comes to what is best for their children. In these cases, it may be necessary to take child custody and visitation matters into the courtroom.

Whether you and your child's other parent are able to come to a decision regarding parenting time through negotiation, or require the assistance of a quality trial attorney, Short Carter Morris, LLP will stand by your side. Contact us to learn how we may be of help.

Maintaining Your Family's Well-being

We handle all aspects of divorce and post divorce child custody disputes, including paternity issues, parental relocation and child support. In cases involving modification of orders, we represent either custodial or non-custodial parents.

When handling a child custody dispute, we have the ability to work with top experts including child psychologists. We leave no stone unturned to protect the financial and parental rights of each client we serve as well as the best interests of children involved.

Whether you are seeking legal custody, shared physical custody, or another option for parenting time, we are prepared to help you achieve your outcome goals. Our attorneys are respected in the legal community for their history of successful results and their dedication to clients.

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To speak with a Houston lawyer today about divorce, child custody, or another important family law matter, call Short Carter Morris, LLP at 713-626-3345 or contact us by e-mail.

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