Aggressive Attorneys Pushing For Parents’ Rights
One of the most important things a family law attorney can do for you is to help you protect your relationships with your children. At Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, LLP, we are dedicated to doing everything we can to achieve our clients’ child custody and support goals.
With offices in Lexington and Nashua, we serve clients throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Contact us today for a free, confidential consultation with a knowledgeable family law attorney. We also assist clients with child custody and support modification.
Setting Up Appropriate Child Custody Arrangements
In any divorce case involving children — or any paternity case — one of the court’s most important responsibilities is to determine what will happen to the children. Legally, child custody decisions must be based on the best interests of the child.
Depending on the facts of each case, it may be in the best interests of the child for both parents to have joint custody or for one parent to have custody.
When both parents have joint physical custody, parenting time is typically divided up in a parenting plan that also addresses each parent’s role in making decisions affecting the child.
Our firm aggressively pursues the custody arrangements that our clients believe are in their children’s best interests. We take a significant number of cases to trial in order to pursue fair results in what can often be complex and difficult cases.
Pursuing Fair And Accurate Child Support Calculations
In Massachusetts, as in most other states, the child support guidelines are primarily based on each parent’s income, parenting time and number of children. In unique circumstances, judges may deviate from the standard formula for calculating child support for various reasons.
Our lawyers are prepared to deal with all potential complications involving child support, including the impact of child custody on support and the calculation of income for parents who do not earn regular salaries.
Don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss your case.