High-Conflict Custody Cases In Los Angeles
Putting The Well-Being Of Your Child First
Often the worst-case scenario is beyond your control. High-conflict child custody cases can be the most damaging to the child as well as the parents. Meyer, Olson, Lowy & Meyers has been successfully settling and winning for parents involved in high-conflict child custody disputes for over 25 years.
As with any divorce involving children, we are sensitive to the emotional turmoil the parents and children are likely going through at this time. We utilize our experience and when needed, enlist advice from outside experts to ensure that the best interests of the children are protected. When considering the future of your child, you need the top child custody lawyer Los Angeles has to offer. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
Why You Need An Experienced Family Law Attorney
Our attorneys have been providing effective divorce representation in cases involving complex issues of high-conflict child custody, parents’ rights and visitation rights since 1995. Contact us for a consultation. We have offices conveniently located in Century City and Orange County.
While every child custody case is unique, they all bring varying degrees of that should be expected and should not be underestimated. Our experience and success is based on focusing on the individualized needs of you and your child. We pair you with the perfect family law attorney for your specific case, taking all factors about your particular divorce into account. High-conflict child custody cases can be the most delicate of all family law and divorce cases and Meyer, Olson, Lowy & Meyers treats them with the attention to detail and commitment to winning they deserve.
We provide experienced representation in all areas involving divorce, custody and family law:
- Child custody
- Visitation agreement, parenting schedule
- Child support
- Contested adoption
- Child custody involving nonmarital relationships
- Post-judgment modifications, changes in visitation rights
- Paternity law
- Child relocation, custodial child move-away cases
- Uniform Child Custody Jurisdictional Enforcement Act (UCCJEA) Interstate custody