Protecting Your Rights and Your Children in Divorce
At the time of divorce, one of the most difficult issues for families is the determination of custody and visitation agreements. Couples who cannot work out their own settlement may resort to false accusations and bitter custody battles. Even for couples who want to work toward a settlement, results can be disappointing and can have a negative impact on the children.
Interstate, International, Relocation and Complex Custody
At Gillespie, Shields & Durrant in Mesa, Arizona, we have over 26 years of experience and can help you protect your interests and establish a lasting solution for your family. We are experienced in all aspects of custody disputes, from negotiation and settlement of original custody order, visitation agreements, litigation, through enforcement or modification. At every stage, we will remain committed to your best interests and the best possible outcome for your family.
Our Mesa custody enforcement lawyers handle cases involving:
- Complex custody disputes
- International and interstate custody
- Grandparents’ rights
- Rights for unmarried parents
- Drug and alcohol abuse
- ADR and collaborative law settlement
Achieving Lasting Results for Your Family
In every custody dispute case, you want a sustainable solution that meets the needs of your family. You also want results that protect the interests of your children. Our attorneys will take the time to review the facts of your case, work with experts when necessary and determine the best course of action. We can also establish temporary orders before a divorce is finalized to protect your custody interests. In the event that any order is violated or becomes impractical, we can assist you in seeking an enforcement or modification.
Call Now for a Discreet Legal Consultation
To speak with our Scottsdale international custody lawyers, please call (480) 757-0001 or contact us by e-mail. We understand that our clients have busy lives and will make every necessary arrangements to accommodate your schedule.