Attorneys Helping To Resolve Co-Parenting Issues In Knoxville

Going through a divorce is never easy. An already emotional process gets even more complicated when children are involved. Difficult decisions must be made in regard to custody, parenting time and parental responsibilities. At the Knoxville law firm of Parker and LaDuke, our attorneys work hard to help resolve co-parenting issues while keeping the best interests of the children in mind at all times.

We are here to help guide you through any issues involving child custody and visitation. Call 865-694-4685 or toll free at 888-329-7912 to schedule a consultation to discuss your situation.

Working For The Best Interests Of Your Children

Numerous studies have found that it is ideal for children to have both parents involved in their lives. Coming to a child custody and visitation agreement is a good first step to maintaining a parent-child relationship. However, other issues between the parents may still result in conflict.

If a parent is refusing to abide by the terms of a custody arrangement or if a parent is actively interfering in the parent-child relationship, such as constantly bad-mouthing the other parent to the child, it may be necessary to seek legal representation. We can help enforce the terms of the custody agreement or intervene when a parent attempts to negatively influence a child's opinion of the other parent. In some cases, it may even be possible to resolve these matters without going to court.

What About Nonmarried Parents?

When married parents divorce, a parenting plan becomes part of the divorce agreement. However, there is no matter of course legal requirement in place for when nonmarried parents split up. It is important to note that even nonmarried parents can establish a legal parenting plan. Our lawyers can help guide you through this process, and let you know what to expect when it comes to parental rights and custody of your children.

Contact Our Knox County Law Firm For Help With Child Custody

We have extensive experience helping all couples resolve co-parenting issues. To find out how we can help you, call 865-694-4685 or toll free at 888-329-7912, or contact us online to schedule an appointment.