Personalized Child Custody Representation In Southern Arizona
Going through a divorce can be especially challenging when there are children involved. You want to safeguard your right to see your children as much as possible while prioritizing their best interests. While waiting for the court's orders can be stressful, having an experienced lawyer on your side means you will not have to face these decisions alone.
When you work with The Reyna Law Firm, you can be sure that you have the support of a knowledgeable and compassionate lawyer. Attorney Ron Reyna has been handling various family law cases for more than 20 years, including a range of child custody matters. He is prepared to guide you through the legal system and help you come up with personalized legal solutions you can feel confident about. Based in Tucson, The Reyna Law Firm represents clients throughout southern Arizona. Se habla español.
Understanding Arizona's Custody Laws
There are two types of custody parents can have in Arizona: legal custody and physical custody. Legal custody refers to a parent's right to make important life decisions for a child, such as choosing the school he or she should attend, or raising him or her with specific religious beliefs. Physical custody refers to which parent a child will live with primarily.
In Arizona, parents also have the option to pursue joint custody, allowing both parties to share either legal custody, physical custody or both. If you and your co-parent have an amicable relationship with each other, it may be worth considering this option. There are other alternatives to joint custody, and attorney Reyna can keep you informed of your options according to your family's unique needs and circumstances.
An Experienced Lawyer You Can Count On
At our firm, we handle a wide range of child custody cases. While we can guide you through an uncontested divorce process, we are also able to take on complex child custody battles. Our experience includes:
- Negotiating an uncontested divorce with children
- Protecting fathers' rights
- Establishing paternity
- Advocating for grandparents' rights
- Defense for parents accused of domestic violence
We understand that it can be stressful to think about having limited contact with your child, and we are committed to prioritizing your concerns and building a strong case in advocacy of your parental rights, as well as your child's rights to a relationship with you.
Discuss Your Concerns With Attorney Ron Reyna
Learn more about how attorney Ron Reyna can help you with your situation. Discuss your custody issues in a confidential setting by scheduling a free initial consultation. Call 520-784-7200 or complete our contact form online. Se habla español.