Child Custody Attorney Lake Oswego

Child Custody Attorney Lake Oswego

Child Custody Attorney

Child custody attorney Doris Winegar represents many people in child custody cases in the West Linn, Wilsonville, and Tualatin areas. If you need legal assistance in your child custody case, contact Ms. Winegar today and set up a meeting to discuss your various options. Call Doris Winegar Attorney at (503) 635-9393 for legal assistance in Lake Oswego.

Child Custody Lawyer in Lake Oswego

Oregon focuses on two aspects of custody: legal and physical. Legal custody refers to the major decision-making areas, such as health, education, and religion. When parents share joint legal custody, they make major decisions together. If an agreement for joint legal custody is not made, the Court must award sole legal custody to one party.

Physical custody and parenting time, on the other hand, determine the amount of time the children will live with each parent. These decisions are based on what is best for the children involved and can vary greatly from case to case.

It is best for the children when parents are able to decide custody and parenting issues between themselves rather than participate in protracted legal battles. Many children suffer from prolonged parental conflict. It is better for them if their parents can determine together the best custody and parenting plan. If, for any reason, an agreement cannot be made, the Court will determine custody and parenting time based on what the Judge believes will be best for the children involved.

Child Custody Attorney Lake Oswego Oregon

Experienced Child Custody Attorney in Lake Oswego

If you are in need of a child custody attorney in West Linn, Wilsonville, or Tualatin, contact Doris Winegar today. She has years of experience in negotiating custody and parenting settlements and can also litigate the issue if necessary.

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