Child Custody Issues In Everett And Snohomish County
When it comes time to determine a child custody plan, the process can be very emotional. As a mother of two young children, our founding attorney, Lani Akiona, understands what parents are feeling. This allows us to represent your interests with care and compassion. It is our goal to help you develop a custody plan that meets your needs and your children’s needs.
We can help guide you through the child custody process. If you want compassionate representation in your child custody case, please contact us online or call our office in Everett at 425-740-2209, to schedule an initial consultation.
Developing A Parenting Plan That Meets Your Needs
When two parents are working, it can be difficult to manage child care and when two parents end a relationship, it can make an already challenging situation even more difficult. At Akiona Law, PLLC, we understand these difficulties and can work with you to develop a custody plan that will meet the needs of both you and your children. We will also work with you to establish a plan for child support, and can help you modify the support plan if necessary.
In child custody cases, men often feel like their rights do not matter to the court. We believe that both men and women have a right to be a part of family relationships. As your team of attorneys, we will work hard to protect your rights as a father or as a mother.
Making Child Custody Mutually Beneficial
Ending a relationship is often difficult and may result in negative feelings on both sides; however when children are involved, you will have to deal with your ex, like it or not. As a compassionate attorney and mother of two, our founding attorney, along with the rest of our team, will encourage you to try and put aside whatever feelings you may have toward your ex and focus on the best interests of your children. After all, this is what the court will attempt to do as well.
To avoid the expense and emotional turmoil of court litigation, it is very important to come to a mutual agreement in regard to child custody. We will encourage you to come to an agreement that will ultimately benefit not only your children, but benefit you as a parent as well. Oftentimes, parents are able to establish a parenting plan through negotiation or mediation. However, if a plan cannot be agreed upon, we will fight for your parental rights and interests at trial.
Call A Team Of Child Custody Lawyers For An Initial Consultation Today
As our client, you can expect to receive personal, one-on-one attention. If you are facing an issue with child custody, please contact us online or call our office at 425-740-2209, for an initial consultation.