Levi Divorce Lawyers

We Create Custody Plans That Work

Child custody is a frightening concept for many parents. A child custody plan — whether born out of divorce or another scenario — can change the relationship you have with your child. We know how scary this can be. We also know that there are solutions to child custody matters that can preserve the special relationship you have with your child. We can help you find them.

At Daniella Levi & Associates, P.C., in Queens, we are committed to negotiating a parenting plan that allows you to see your children as much as possible. We know your rights, and we will help protect them.

How Does Child Custody Work In New York?

In New York, the best interests of the child are the main concern when determining a custody agreement. When determining what type of arrangement is best for the children involved, the court will consider the following:

  • Parenting abilities of each parent
  • Each parent’s financial resources
  • Physical and mental health of each parent
  • Current living situations
  • Each parent’s work schedule
  • Current child care arrangements
  • Whether each parent is able to foster a positive relationship between the child and the other parent

Creating A Parenting Plan That Fits Your Life

A strong child custody plan should be enforceable whether you are awarded primary custody or visitation. This means that you and your child’s other parent should be able to uphold the custody plan without extreme difficulty. At our law firm, we take the time to understand your day-to-day life — including your work schedule, family dynamics and other commitments — so we can craft a parenting plan that makes sense for you. We can save you money in the future by getting your agreement right now.

Modifying A Child Custody Agreement

Change is a fact of life. When circumstances change, your child custody plan may need to be modified to reflect those changes. Our child custody lawyers can help you modify your parenting plan to match the reality of your life. We handle custody modifications related to parental relocation, a change in the needs of the child, paternity matters and other issues.

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