Protecting Your Rights And Your Children

The bond between a parent and child is very strong, and the prospect of losing time with one's child can be the most daunting part of divorce proceedings. Fortunately, there are ways to protect your parental rights and pursue a favorable parenting schedule as you go through divorce.

I am attorney Samuel W. Veenstra, and I help parents reach fair and reasonable resolutions to matters of child custody. I understand that the stakes are high, and I am committed to pursuing the best possible result for you and your child.

I assist parents with child custody and related family law issues, including:

  • Parental relocation
  • Visitation and parenting time
  • Modification of orders for custody and parenting time due to a significant change in circumstances
  • High-conflict situations that make it difficult for parents to collaborate

When possible, I advise parents to take a collaborative approach to matters of child custody. This minimizes the impact on the child and allows parents to work together based on common ground. However, I do not hesitate to pursue my clients' interests in trial when it is in their best interests.

Pursuing Fair Possession And Access Schedules

In the state of Texas, noncustodial parents have court-ordered visitation, but it is often limited. If you have concerns about spending adequate time with your child after a divorce, I can help you pursue an arrangement that meets your needs.

Contact A Child Custody Lawyer Serving Galveston County

Your family is important, and you deserve committed representation from an attorney who cares. To learn more about your parental rights in child custody proceedings, contact The Veenstra Law Firm P.L.L.C. for a free 30-minute consultation. Please send me an email or call my office at 281-407-8485.