When parents separate, they must establish a plan for how they will share access to their children. Many parents use mediation to this end. When parents cannot reach an amicable agreement about child custody and visitation, they need to seek the assistance of an experienced divorce attorney. If you and your ex-spouse cannot reach an amicable child custody and visitation agreement, divorce attorney Christina Sherman will advocate for you and the “the best interests of your child.”
Christina Sherman is a knowledgeable Family Law Attorney. As a divorced mother herself, she can help you protect your rights in any conversation about child custody and visitation. Christina knows how to pursue your parenting time goals, eloquently and effectively, during negotiations and in court. She will work hard to minimize the potential negative emotional impact of divorce on your children — and will help you to move on with your life.
Do you suspect that your soon-to-be former spouse is trying to “get back at you” through your children, using them as bargaining chips to achieve or obtain something else?
Is a parental relocation outside the state threatening your participation in your child’s upbringing?
Are you an unmarried noncustodial parent who seeks a greater role in your child’s life?
Christina Sherman has answers to your questions. She will work with you to create a course of action that can keep your family together before, during, and after a divorce. The Law Office of Christina Sherman in San Rafael serves clients throughout Marin County and Sonoma County.
What you need to know:
- “Custody” is a legal term that refers to the responsibilities of raising children.
- “Legal Custody” refers to the responsibility of making decisions regarding a child’s health, education and welfare.
- “Physical Custody” refers to the day-to-day care of a child, and place of residence.
- A “Parenting Plan” is a written schedule and the arrangements parents will follow in raising their children.
Contact Divorce Attorney Christina Sherman to arrange an initial consultation. Call 415-457-4367 or send us an email. We welcome the opportunity to address your child custody and visitation concerns.