An Established Family Law Firm Protecting Your Parental Rights

As a parent, you are responsible for your child, you want to see that he/she has every opportunity for a bright future, and ultimately want to be a part of your child's life as he or she matures. If you and the other parent of your child are going through a divorce, separation or child custody dispute, it's important to work with an attorney who can explain Florida's laws protecting your parental rights.

You Want To Protect Your Child During A Divorce — We Can Help Protect Your Parental Rights

At Busciglio & Sheridan Law Group, we represent mothers and fathers in parental rights cases during divorce and child custody disputes. Although the Florida courts encourage shared parenting responsibility to promote a healthy, stable environment for young children, the fact remains that some parents cannot agree with such an arrangement. It's under these circumstances that we can step in and help you pursue a resolution that protects your parental rights as well as the best interests of your children.

The delicate nature of these cases requires a lawyer to balance aggressive strategies with a levelheaded demeanor. By exploring options for an amicable resolution, we can avoid placing unnecessary stress on you and your children.

Each case presents its own set of unique circumstances. For example, in exceptionally contentious cases, one parent may attempt to leverage accusations of domestic violence or abandonment against the other to secure a more favorable custody arrangement. Or for unmarried parents, particularly unmarried fathers, being required to pay child support does not translate into having any custody or visitation privileges — establishing paternity is often the only way to secure parental rights.

An Experienced Family Law Firm On Your Side

Whether you are a mother or a father, an unmarried couple or a nontraditional family, our team at Busciglio & Sheridan Law Group can help you understand, assert and protect your parental rights.

Contact us at our Tampa law office by calling 813-302-1265 or by completing our online contact form.