Our Top Priority is The Best Interest of Your Child

When a legal matter affects the children, the stakes are enormous for everyone involved. While the relationship between parents may be over, the parent-child relationship lasts a lifetime. Unless factors such as abuse or neglect are involved, courts generally favor allowing both parents frequent and continuous contact with the child. An experienced family law attorney can protect your parental rights.

The family law attorneys of Sherlock Clark Anderson, LLP, in Roseville have years of experience helping our clients with children's issues such as custody and parenting time (also known as visitation). We understand what judges and family law professionals in Sacramento County and Placer County expect and we know that keeping your child's welfare as top priority is most important.

"When people divorce, the family dynamic shifts. We will help your family move through the process as painlessly as possible, so you can adjust to your new normal with a modified parenting plan." — Attorney Sara Anderson

Protecting The Best Interests Of The Children

California has very specific laws when addressing the best interests of children. Whether your parental relationship stems from a dissolving marriage or a dating relationship that no longer exists or is created by court order, the children must come first. If you are filing for divorce or have paternity litigation or a guardianship proceeding in Sacramento County or Placer County, your custody case may include input from county welfare specialists.

Handling All Custody-Related Matters

Whether your case involves legal and physical custody disputes or minor shifts to parenting time schedules with your children, our lawyers are ready to help move your case through the legal system as efficiently as possible. Our experience in custody and other children's issues includes:

  • Legal and physical custody disputes and litigation
  • Parenting schedules, changes to visitation rights and noncustodial parents' rights to parenting time
  • Child support obligations and enforcement
  • Modifying custody, parenting time and child support
  • Grandparents' visitation rights
  • Juvenile dependency and cases involving Child Protective Services
  • Guardianship and other probate matters
  • Parental alienation and alienation of affection
  • Resolution through mediation services
  • Evidentiary litigation and trial

Call us at 916-757-6630 or send an email with a brief explanation of your custody or child support matter. We will respond as quickly as possible to arrange a free 30-minute consultation.