Other Family Law Concerns Our Firm Can Address
More and more, we see family dynamics that deviate from tradition. And as the thinking around marriage has changed, and fewer couples make their union official, we also see a rise in unique family law challenges. At Dietz & Overmann, PLLC, our experience working with a variety of family legal matters that affect pro-athletes and everyday individuals has prepared us to tackle these problems and more.
If you are planning to break up with a partner whom you are not married to, but you have concerns regarding your children and your parental rights, we can help. Trust us to find the best solution for you and your kids today.
Issues Unmarried Couples Face After A Break Up
Since Kentucky does not recognize common law marriage, you will not have to go through the divorce process to separate from your ex. Without an established cohabitation agreement, however, you may still require legal help to settle the issues around the well-being of your children.
Should problems arise, we can help you with the following and more:
- Confirming the paternity of a child
- Determining custody or visitation schedules
- Negotiating for fair child support
- Modifying or enforcing any existing agreements
Marriage is not always the right option for everyone. But just because you chose not to get married, does not mean that your rights to a relationship with your children are any less important. When you enlist our services, we will do everything we can to protect this right.
We Care About What’s Best For Your Children
Children need both of their parents in their lives whenever possible. To that end, we strive to help you reach an arrangement that allows you and your ex to co-parent without conflict.
To discuss your situation in detail, get in touch with us at our office in Edgewood. Call 859-341-5111 or send our firm an email to arrange a confidential consultation today.