Richmond Mothers' Rights Lawyer
Legal Advocacy from a Richmond Attorney
From the moment of the child’s birth, the mother and child have a
legal relationship. But what happens if a spouse tries to challenge that
relationship by restricting custody or
visitation? For most mothers, the worst thing that could happen
during a divorce is losing the rights to her child. If you are in need of legal assistance
protecting your mother’s rights, contact my firm. As a Richmond
lawyer, I can help you preserve the rights to your children and begin
the next chapter of your life with the ones you love most.
Begin today with an
initial consultation. Share the details of your situation and I will get started!
Get a Lawyer with 40+ Years of Experience on Your Side
The number one concern and objective of the courts when handling
child custody cases is the best interest of the child. Fortunately, many people within
the legal system believe that in most situations staying with the mother
is important and good for a child. I can help you demonstrate to the courts
that preserving your rights as a mother is in the best interest of your child.
Factors that are affected by custody rights to your child include:
- Where your child attends school
- Health care plan used for your child
- Religion your child will practice
- Where your child will live
If you want to protect your say in any of these matters, it is important
that you reach out to an experienced Richmond attorney. My firm has the
skill and knowledge to aggressively retain your rights to your children.
Call our office today for more information.
Get Started Today—Call Larry D. Catlett at (804) 415-7162!
As a Richmond attorney, I can help you pursue the best outcome for you
and your family. With more than 40 years of experience and thousands of
cases handled, I have assisted in even the most complicated divorce situations.
I believe in providing a family-friendly atmosphere and a hands-on approach
to each of my cases. I care about my clients and do my best to achieve
the future they need.
Call my office today at (804) 415-7162 and I can help you preserve your motherly rights.