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Custody/Visitation

Turn Your Child Custody Worries Over To Us While You Focus On Your Family

California family law courts recognize two types of components of custody - also called child sharing. Parents in a divorce or paternity action may sue for physical custody, legal custody or both. In cases where the courts think it is in the child's best interest, parents may be awarded joint legal custody, meaning that both parents have the right to be involved in decisions of a legal nature on matters involving school, religious upbringing and health care.

Physical custody generally refers to the child's living arrangements and courts are beginning to recognize that it is in the child's best interest to spend substantial time with each parent, unless there is a reason not do so.

Understanding How Various Courts Rule In Custody Cases

Every county takes a slightly different perspective on custody matters. If custody and visitation rights will be an important part of your divorce or paternity action in San Bernardino County, Riverside County, or Orange County, including Pomona and downtown Los Angeles, make sure your lawyer knows what the court in your county expects.

At All American Law, our attorneys understand how important your custody and parenting rights are to you and your child. Attorney Alan Carlisle has more than 30 years of experience representing clients in custody litigation cases. Attorney Christine James brings a fresh perspective on modern family issues, with new insights into how counties approach child welfare issues. Our clients benefit from our team approach to custody and visitation issues. You will receive compassionate, responsive legal advice every step of the way.

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