How to Handle Child Custody Issues in Divorce Cases Disclosed in Recent Article by the Family Law Department at Anderson Hunter Law Firm

The Family Law Department at Anderson Hunter Law Firm recently released an article explaining the process, procedures, and factors the court takes into consideration regarding child custody cases, and explains how an attorney can greatly assist in a child custody case.

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The issue of child custody can be one of the most emotionally charged elements of a divorce case.

This article by Anderson Hunter Law Firm explains what parents can expect from the court, how the court evaluates a child custody dispute, and why having a divorce lawyer involved in the process is so important.

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) September 01, 2014

“When child custody is contested, it becomes one of the most important aspects of any divorce case,” says a recently released article by the Family Law Department at Anderson Hunter Law Firm.

The issue of child custody can be one of the most emotionally charged elements of a divorce case. While the article stresses that it is often best to resolve custody issues prior to court proceedings through agreement or mediation, some cases cannot (or should not) be resolved through agreement. Either way, a lawyer can assist you in making good decisions in your custody case.

This article by Anderson Hunter Law Firm explains what parents can expect from the court, how the court evaluates a child custody dispute, and why having a divorce lawyer involved in the process is so important.

To schedule a free consultation with Anderson Hunter’s Family Law Department, simply visit: http://www.andersonhunterlaw.com/personal/family_law.

“In these kinds of difficult situations," the article explains, "It is vital to have the advice and assistance of a divorce attorney. Their legal understanding and experience with cases like yours allows them to provide valuable information as you walk together through the litigation process."

Anderson Hunter Law Firm has recently explained that while there are a number of individuals who attempt to handle their divorce case on their own, there are risks associated with this. The legal information a person must know, the legal processes that must be followed, and the crucial financial and personal decisions that must be made are difficult, and expertise and experience count. Don’t take chances on the most important decisions in your life. Call or email for a free consultation with one of the experienced Family Law attorneys at Anderson Hunter.

About the Anderson Hunter Family Law Department:
The attorneys in the Family Law Department at the Anderson Hunter Law Firm, G. Geoffrey Gibbs and Laurie Ummel, have decades of legal experience and are well-recognized within their field. They routinely handle all types of family law issues including divorce, child custody, relocation, parenting plans, child support, non-parental custody actions, adoptions and more, The Family Law Department at Anderson Hunter is one of the pre-eminent and most respected firms in the field in the Northwest, most often handling cases in Snohomish, Skagit, Island, San Juan and selective King County cases. Take advantage of a free consultation and call to make an appointment with Geoff or Laurie today.

Anderson Hunter Law Firm
2707 Colby Ave. Ste. 1001
Everett, WA 98201
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