Child Custody

Cooperating In Order to Co-Parent

Even in the most hotly contested divorces, spouses typically agree they only want what’s best for their children. Unfortunately, the traditional litigation model falls far short of that goal. The entire process is designed to have parents petition against one another and allow a judge, who knows little to nothing about your family or your children, to decide such matters as daily parental contact and supervision, living arrangements, and more.

In contrast, the Collaborative Practice approach to Child Custody has a different focus – disrupting your family and children as little as possible while still achieving divorce outcomes like separate households. At Landerholm Law, we build strong personal relationships with each of our clients, so that we can fully understand your needs, and provide effective solutions for:

  • Custody
  • Visitation / dual households
  • Child support
  • Special considerations such as school tuition, shared expenses, travel out-of-state or abroad
  • and more

To learn more about the many options that the Collaborative Approach to Child Custody may provide for your family, please get in touch with us for an initial consultation.