When a parent or guardian has primary physical custody of a child, it means that the child will spend most of their time living with that parent. Parents can also share physical custody of a child, which means that the child will spend an equal amount of time with both parents. No matter which kind of arrangement you're considering, you'll want to start by discussing your options with a child custody lawyer.
If you're looking for a custody lawyer in Baltimore, MD, contact Custody Matters, LLC today. We'll be happy to discuss your unique situation with you during your free consultation.
Some parents choose to negotiate custody arrangements without the help of a lawyer. However, it's always a good idea to consult an attorney before you make any big decisions about your situation. A child custody lawyer can:
- Advocate persuasively for you
- File motions and help you navigate the legal system
- Gather evidence to show a material change of circumstances, if needed
Whether you need to set up a custody agreement for the first time or amend your existing arrangement, our custody lawyers can help. Contact us today to learn more.