Working to Protect Your Child
Zubrod Law Office, P.C., a Cheyenne, Wyoming Family Law Firm
At our firm, we focus on helping you protect your child. We know that despite the stress and strain you experience as a parent in divorce, you want to protect your child from emotional harm. That is why we strive for amicable resolution of child custody arrangements, honoring your parental rights while safeguarding your child's best interests.
We want you to be actively involved in the decision-making process regarding the parenting of your child, rather than have a judge impose custody orders after trial. When divorcing parents resolve their differences through cooperative negotiation or in mediation, they are in control of those crucial parenting decisions. An experienced attorney skillfully guides you through the legal process, helping you make informed decisions in crafting a durable, workable parenting plan.
We have assisted Cheyenne parents in divorce for over 15 years. We can help you, too. Call us at 307-778-2557 to schedule an appointment. You can also contact us online.
Creating a Workable Parenting Plan
Parenting plans have in recent years become more creative, in many cases allowing both parents significant parenting time. In many cases, parents after divorce equitably split their time with the child, so that each can maintain a healthy relationship. Some parents move their child from one parent's residence to the other parent's residence on scheduled days. Others still prefer the traditional plan in which one parent has primary custody and the other has scheduled overnight, holiday or vacation stays.
When attorneys and parties have the child's best interests in mind, we find mutual agreement is usually possible. If parents cannot agree, the court makes custody decisions based on what it perceives as your child's best interests. If a trial becomes necessary, we will aggressively protect your rights and your child's interests in court.
Fair and Equitable Child Support
The Wyoming child support formula is based on factors including the net incomes of both parents, as well as child-raising expenses.
With an experienced attorney, you ensure the court receives a full accounting of incomes and expenses so the child support order is fair to you and your child. We also help clients obtain post-divorce modifications to child support orders.
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