Advice About Custody And Visitation

Child custody and visitation can be complicated emotional issues because they concern our most important relationships. We love our children, and we want to spend time with them, and family courts recognize the need for every child to have a good relationship with both parents.

Many divorcing parents and unmarried parents want to put the best possible legal arrangements in place so they can ensure ongoing closeness to their kids and maintain consistency in their parenting. At Blankenship Massey & Associates, Attorneys at Law, our family law attorneys understand these concerns and will help you find resolutions that meet your goals.

Know Your Rights | Protect Your Rights | Find A Solution

As a parent involved in a child custody or visitation case, you need to know your specific rights, which are based on the jurisdiction in which you live. In Kentucky, courts attempt to award equally shared ("50/50") parenting time, while Ohio and Indiana courts consider parent visitation agreements that can take different forms.

Our lawyers help clients find solutions that not only comply with state-specific custody laws, but they also fight for solutions that are in the child's best interests. Our firm provides practical, effective representation when the following issues come into play:

  • Temporary custody during a divorce
  • Questions about shared custody and sole custody
  • Visitation schedules
  • Disputes and litigation related to custody
  • Modification of custody orders
  • The relationship between custody and child support

Every custody case is different, which is why it's important to get legal advice tailored to your needs and unique situation.

Talk To An Attorney About Your Custody Matter

Contact Blankenship Massey & Associates in Erlanger to arrange a free initial consultation. During this time, feel free to discuss the details of your case so we can start developing a strategy that makes sense for you, your child and your family.