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Working for Your Child's Best Interests

Family Lawyer Mysti Murphy in San Antonio, Texas

In all divorce litigation, the most important factor is the best interests of the children. It is our duty as parents to teach them, to guide them, to love them and to protect them in good times and in bad. In divorce or in the end of any relationship in which children are involved, often the most difficult issue to resolve is child custody.

In a custody dispute, the court attempts to be objective in determining what is in your child's best interests. An experienced family law attorney helps you do the same by listening carefully and seeing beyond the inevitable emotions that accompany child custody matters. At the law office of Mysti Murphy, your child's best interests are our highest priority as we help you identify and achieve your goals.

If you are unsure of your options in a child custody dispute, call the law office of Mysti Murphy at 210-807-8227 to schedule a consultation. You can also contact us by e-mail.

Modifying a Visitation Schedule

Texas law lays out a standard visitation schedule for non-custodial parents. The court can also make provisions for alternate visitation schedules agreed upon by the parents. In both circumstances, there are often good reasons for altering a schedule that has proven to be ineffective.

If you want to obtain a modification of a visitation schedule or other court order, whether you are the custodial or non-custodial parent, a skilled family lawyer will listen to you and your concerns regarding the current parenting plan and will help you craft an alternative that will work in light of changed circumstances.

Contact Mysti Murphy by e-mail or call 210-807-8227 to schedule a consultation on child custody and visitation.

Weekend and evening hours are available by appointment. Credit cards accepted.

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