Child Custody Lawyer Shafter CA
California family courts consider a number of factors before granting a parent either sole custody or joint custody, but parents who wish to file for child custody need to become familiar with the laws.
Some factors vary when the court determines child custody in California. Such as which parent is more likely to support frequent visits with the other parent, domestic violence or a history of drug use. Also, the California court can grant custody to a third-party, non-parent. Claiming that granting custody to a third-party custodian will serve the best interests of the child.
Schedule your free consultation with the Law Office of B. Scott Winkler for more information regarding child custody today.