An Attorney Advocating For You And Your Children
Dealing with a divorce can be just as hard, if not harder, for your children than it is for you. You want a lawyer who will fight for them and your rights. I am attorney Daniel R. Bacalis, and from my offices in Galveston and Fort Worth, I have been resolving child custody and visitation problems for more than 30 years.
Protecting Your Rights, Achieving Your Goals
As a Board Certified family law attorney, I have handled a variety of child custody cases, some involving contentious issues such as proposed child relocations and disputed custody. In your case, I will work hard to develop a solution that enables you to be a parent who is actively involved in your child’s life.
Helping You Be a Great Parent
In Texas, children have the right to see both of their parents, and both parents have the right to be active in the lives of their children. Accordingly, different custody and visitation arrangements may be possible — arrangements that can allow you to fulfill your role as a great parent. I will work closely with you to understand your needs and those of your children, and then I will work hard to represent you in court, mediation sessions or negotiation.
Creative Child Custody Solutions
A child custody plan is about more than just your needs. The needs of your children must be addressed also. I can help you understand all your options, including sole custody, joint custody and various shared parenting arrangements. I will also explain how your child custody agreement will affect other aspects of your life such as time, child support and out-of-state family law issues.
Securing Workable Solutions. Seeking Modifications When Necessary.
In both custody and visitation matters, Texas courts decide in favor of solutions that are in the “best interest” of the child. I will work diligently to achieve the solution that is right for you and your children. When a significant change in circumstances or your child’s needs occurs, my firm can seek to obtain a modification in an existing custody or visitation order.