Child Custody Law
Child Custody Lawyers in Towson, MD
Joint custody, sole custody, visitation and disputes
Contested custody cases occur when the parties are unable to cooperate or agree on a visitation plan or when one parent is planning on relocating across town or to another state.
Physical custody concerns which parent the minor child lives and there are two types, primary and shared physical custody.
Legal custody involves the ability to communicate and make “legal” decisions such as what religion, school, physician or activities the minor child will be involved with.
The lawyers at Lebovitz Law review all options available to you and help you determine what is in your child’s best interest.
The Lawyers at Lebovitz Law, LLC understand that custody cases are often highly emotional and can be profoundly consequential to our clients and their children.
We explain the strengths and weaknesses of particular cases to our clients in every day language so that our client are able to make the best child custody and parenting plan decisions for themselves and their families.
Child Custody FAQ's
What is Legal Custody?
What is Physical Custody?
Physical custody is which parent has physical possession of the child, where does the child live?
For physical custody there are two types: primary and shared. This is based upon the number of over night visitation the child has with the custodial parents.