Child Custody Lawyers You Can Actually Trust
Our divorce lawyers in Delhi have helped many clients get amicable child custody settlements. We have the knowledge and experience of handling such matters with a high success rate. Our lawyers are truly compassionate about helping our clients get custody of their child/children.
Many divorce lawyers form an image of themselves as ferocious fighters. We don’t follow that beaten track not because everyone else follows that but because it doesn’t always work. We understand that for parents nothing else is more important than children. Every parent desires to be a part of his or her child’s life to guide them, rear them and love them.
If you are, unfortunately, going through an excruciating divorce process, child custody is an issue which can take its toll on you especially when a dispute arises between you and your ex-spouse. Hence you need a lawyer who help you solve these problems.
At Divorce Lawyers Delhi Office, we solve child custody and parenting problems in a caring way.
We Take Up A Unique Approach
Our Divorce Lawyers focus on carving out solutions which range from mediation between you and your ex-spouse to appearing in a court for a trial. In an ideal scenario, you and your ex-spouse negotiate a parenting plan and agree on dividing up the rights and responsibilities of each. Our lawyers can help draft a parenting plan which contains a schedule for when a child will remain with you or your ex-spouse. The schedule also contains rotating holidays and vacation times.
Experienced attorneys go for mediation to the satisfaction of each parent. We help you in implementing these parenting plans to stave off any future dispute between both parties. A parenting plan takes into consideration your work shifts and other unusual schedules and has flexibility to mold itself according to each parent’s needs.
What If A Child Custody Case Goes To The Court?
If the your case goes to the court, it is up to a judge to decide. Whatever arguments your ex-spouse’s lawyers bring against you, we fight aggressively to counter them. Among a number of other factors, in a child custody case the court considers the following:
- Individual needs of the child.
- Wishes of the child keeping in view his or her maturity stage, and their ability to express those wishes reasonably.
- Cooperation level and conflict level between parents and their influence on the child’s future.
- Parent’s past participation in decision making.
- The child’s adjustment to school, home and community.
Diving into the troubled waters of family law can be challenging. To minimize uncertainty you need experienced attorneys who are well-versed in family law and are prepared to fight for you and your children.
When deciding on child custody, the court looks at various factors, such as the child's age, gender, mental and physical health, and education. The court also considers both parents' mental and financial conditions. The child's choice also matters in the case of custody, but it's important to remember that the court will only order a final judgment for what's best for the child, whether he or she likes it or not.
Yes, in certain circumstances, grandparents may be granted custody of a child in India. For example, if both parents are deceased, absent, or deemed unfit by the court, the court may grant custody to the grandparents.
Yes, the child's preference can be taken into account when deciding custody in India, but it is not the only factor considered by the court. The court will also consider the child's best interests, as well as the parents' ability to provide a stable and nurturing environment for the child.
Yes, the custody arrangement can be modified after the initial order is issued, but only if there is a significant change in circumstances that warrants a modification. Examples of significant changes in circumstances include a parent's relocation, a change in the child's needs, or a change in a parent's ability to provide for the child. The court will consider the best interests of the child when deciding whether to modify the custody arrangement.