Child Custody and Visitation

Child Custody Attorney

  

Helping You Address Parenting Time & Visitation  


Gillett Law is dedicated to protecting parental relationships and promoting a child’s welfare. When it comes to child custody, parenting time, and visitation, couples often engage in prolonged disputes and hostile court battles. We want to help families avoid the ugliness of divorce by finding balanced and fair solutions to custody matters. Turn to an experienced San Luis Obispo child custody lawyer at our law firm for skilled representation.


Determining Child Custody in CA

It is better when both parents can agree on custody matters. If parents cannot agree on a custody arrangement, then it will be up to a judge to decide on what’s best for your child and your family.


Child custody requires that parents decide on matters such as:

  • Decisions regarding the child’s health, education, etc.
  • Where the child will live
  • When and how long each parent will spend with the child
  • Logistics of transportation between each parent’s homes


Put the control back into your family’s hands and navigate your custody discussion with our firm. From legal custody to physical custody, sole custody to joint custody, we can steer you towards an arrangement that works for both parties.


Modifying Custody Orders

Custody orders can be modified if either party relocates or there is a change in circumstances since the final order was created. When your current circumstances have changed and you need to modify your custody arrangements to reflect this change, we can help you file the necessary paperwork and seek approval from the court.


Receive a One-on-One Consultation

It is important that you work with an attorney who will be honest with you throughout your case. At our law firm, we are always straightforward in letting you know what to expect, how this will affect your children, and your available options. We provide an objective perspective so you can make balanced decisions with confidence.



Find out more about custody cases by calling our firm at (805) 980-9002.