Connecticut Child Custody Lawyer

Family matters, especially involving your minor children can be both financially and emotionally draining. I understand. My promise to you is that I will do whatever I can to listen to your concerns , fight for justice, fight for your children’s rights  and fight for your right’s as well. You don’t have to  fight the system yourself. I will do whatever I can to obtain the best possible outcome for both you and your children. I promise I will be there for you and with you every step of the way. Let my over 20 years of experience work for you. Trust me. I sincerely care and  genuinely want to help.

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A Connecticut Custody Attorney Putting You and Your Children First

If have a child or children and you’re dealing with a divorce or separation with your spouse, you may be dreading sorting out custody and visitation. You may be bracing yourself for a long and hard court battle. At times, it can be a financial and emotional drain to deal with the courts regarding child custody. For most cases, litigation isn’t necessary. Negotiation and mediation are two of many other ways to find a resolution with child custody cases. Shared or joint custody is the usual outcome. Although it may not be a 50/50 split of time, whenever it’s in the best interest of the children, the courts do expect parents to share the responsibility of their children.

Whether you’re dealing with a contentious or amicable divorce, you’ll want an experienced Connecticut custody lawyer to be a strong advocate for you and your children. Custody Attorney Jeffrey D. Brownstein will bring over 20 years of experience to your case and work with you to get the best results for you and your children.

Understanding Child Custody and Visitation

Whether you are the custodial parent or the non-custodial parent, understanding custody and visitation may be a bit confusing while you are going through a divorce or separation.

Joint custody has both parents sharing parenting time and deciding major decisions, but everyday decisions will be decided by the parent who has the child at the time. Sole custody has the primary parent, also known as the custodial parent, having the final say with decisions, but can consult with the non-custodial parent.

If you have been involved in your child’s life on an everyday basis and have now become the non-custodial parent, it can be quite hard to adjust. The same for a custodial parent—you may have had more input and support from your spouse because you lived together. It can also be hard for children to adjust to new schedules, possibly living in two homes, visiting a parent while under supervision, or not seeing the non-custodial parent at all.

It’s important to have a dedicated Connecticut custody attorney who understands how child custody and visitation are determined, and how to get the best results for you. Attorney Jeffrey D. Brownstein understands the anguish and frustration that can come with negotiating and litigating these issues. He will listen to all of your concerns, will thoroughly examine all the details of your case, and fight for your rights and your children’s rights.

You don’t have to figure out child custody matters alone. Attorney Jeffrey D. Brownstein is a strong custody lawyer who will fight for justice and for the best outcome for you and your family.