The Children Come First
If you are a parent in Connecticut, your child custody and visitation rights should be protected at all times by an experienced lawyer who has your best interests — and those of your child — at heart. This is true whether you had been married to the other parent or not.
At The Law Offices of James A. Cuddy, LLC, we offer experienced representation and personal service in a broad range of family law matters — from the formulation of parenting plans for custody and visitation to mediation of child support issues and any modification of parental responsibilities after a divorce settlement agreement is finalized.
Helping You Through The Process
Our skilled attorney can explain the distinction between physical custody — the child’s physical residence, with a single parent or time divided between parents — and legal custody, which permits a parent to make decisions about a child’s health, welfare and education. If the appointment of a guardian ad litem is necessary for disputes and inquiries into claims from either parent, Mr. Cuddy can make recommendations based on your wishes and the facts of the case.
Making Changes; Enforcing Orders
James Cuddy makes sure that you understand your rights, options and obligations. For instance, if custody and visitation responsibilities are not being fulfilled after a divorce, we can discuss the possibility of a court order to enforce them, or a modification of a visitation schedule in the event of a remarriage, relocation and other circumstances that come up in everyday life.
Call To Protect Your Children
For custody and visitation legal leadership that is in your and your child’s best interests — and helps both parents maintain a prominent role in a child’s upbringing when appropriate, arrange a free consultation with our Shelton child custody attorney by calling our office toll-free at 866-785-4409, or local at 203-583-8256. We can also be reached online by email.
- Child Custody And Visitation In Marriage and Non-Marriage Cases
- Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments And Out-Of-State Court Orders
- Same-Sex Divorce
- Child Support
- Property Division
- Post-Divorce And Post-Custody Modifications
- Collaborative Divorce
- Establishing Paternity
- Parental Relocations
- Prenuptial, Postnuptial And Legal Separation Agreements
- Protective/Restraining Orders/Domestic Violence
- Post-Judgment Contempt And Enforcement