Parenting Plans in Frisco, Texas
Emotions can quickly get out of hand when family dynamics change, especially when children are involved. We offer an approach tailored around your unique needs when getting divorced. We are committed to protecting your visitation and parenting rights, while helping you get through emotional barriers. However, we understand how a possession schedule will have an impact on other aspects of the divorce
At Pfister Family Law our primary focus is family law. We have a strong background helping clients during delicate times in life. We cultivate close client relationships and develop effective parenting-time solutions based on clients' unique situations.
Our attorneys have a strong background helping clients avoid the financial costs of litigation through seeking a settlement first. We reach out to the other side to try and strike a deal beneficial for both parties. Part of our work includes understanding the current family dynamics, such as:
- Who provides day-to-day care?
- What are the parents' schedules?
- What is the current visitation agreement?
- Do both parents want to be involved in the child's life?
We focus on developing creative, realistic child custody and visitation solutions. For example, families with economic constraints might be open to having their children live at one home, while the parents rotate each week living in an apartment and at the family home.
The attorneys at our firm have also developed unique visitation schedules when, for example, when parents have unusual work schedules such a police, firefighters or pilots. While the courts will normally award standard possession orders (SPO), the courts will consider alternative visitation schedules that are in the best interests of the children. Visitation schedules can also effected child support and domicile restrictions
Does a Parenting Plan Have to Go to Court in Texas?
Usually, the Texas court requires each parent to present a proper parenting plan. Presenting a plan as evidence is highly recommended, though not required. A designed parenting plan can help settle your case, settle other negotiations to propose to the other parent, and bring into mediation.
We Are Ready to Protect You
While we're always willing to settle a matter outside of court, we also have the skills and experience to win in a courtroom. Contact Pfister Family Law for compassionate assistance. Contact us today to schedule a convenient, no-hassle consultation. Or call (972) 370-5172. In Frisco, serving the communities of Collin County, Denton County, Dallas County and Tarrant County, we are your Frisco family law attorneys.
“He keeps in touch, keeps us updated, is honest and gives great advice. We couldn't be more pleased with the outcome of every Court appearance thus far.”
While there are many other Frisco-area firms and attorneys who could handle your family law case, there are very few, if any, who have the credentials and experience that our attorneys do.
But that is just one of the reasons to choose us. There are many other reasons why Pfister Family Law is the firm for your family law issue.
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