Temple Custody & Visitation Attorneys
Over 50 Years of Combined Experience
Among the most heated and emotionally charged aspects of a divorce is the question of child custody. With your children’s upbringing and safety on the line during a custody dispute, it is wise to have the assistance of an experienced legal team who can fight to keep the well-being and safety of your children in the forefront throughout your proceedings.
At Young & Libersky, our attorneys leverage more than 50 years of combined experience to offer caring and dedicated child custody advice to parents and grandparents in the Killeen and Temple area of Texas. Attorney Barbara Young is Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization; she brings that experience to the negotiating table and to the litigation of custody matters. Attorney Lynn Libersky has extensive family law experience and aggressively represents clients with child custody concerns. Trust our Killeen custody and visitation lawyers to powerfully defend your rights.
Contact our Killeen office at (254) 236-6296 or our Temple office at (254) 327-1884, and we can immediately set up a full, complimentary consultation to discuss your questions about custody and visitation.
Determining Child Conservatorship
In Texas, parents are usually given the opportunity to jointly manage their child’s wellbeing. In certain situations, however, the court may designate alternatives, including managing custodianship and possessory conservatorship. Possessory conservators can only visit their children, whereas managing conservators take primary responsibility for the decisions made in a child’s life.
Just a few of the examples of the aspects authorized by the managing custodial parent include decisions involving:
- Home location
- Place of education
- Kind of medical and psychological care
- Type of religion or faith
- Financial decisions and legal rights
- Ability to participate in extracurricular activities
Visitation & Parenting Time in Texas
Just because one parent has been given the physical custodianship of a child does not eliminate the rights of the non-custodial parent to build a strong, loving relationship with their child. If you are not the primary physical caretaker of your child, you still are entitled to visit and parent them. The only way that a parent would not have equal access for connecting with their child is if there is a proven history of sexual abuse, child neglect, or domestic violence between that parent and their child, or with their ex-partner. Get in touch with us so we can examine the details of your situation and support you in having fair, quality time with your child.
Caring Child Custody Assistance in the Temple & Killeen Areas
If you are undergoing a divorce or have become embroiled in a child custody battle, our staff can help. Just reach out to our Temple and Killeen offices to schedule an appointment to discuss your concerns with one of our lawyers. Our staff here at Young & Libersky work with the utmost dedication to have your voice and opinions heard on all matters relating to the placement, visitation, and custody of your children.
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Barbara Young is Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization
A Team of Great Litigators Who Aren't Afraid to go to Trial
More Than 50 Years of Combined Legal Experience