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Protecting Your Parental Rights

A few aspects of a divorce case are as emotionally straining as decisions about child custody. For many, the thought of not seeing their children on a daily basis can be agonizing. Parenting time determinations are ultimately made based on what is in the best interest of the children involved.

At John A. Macconi, Jr. LLC, we understand how difficult child custody decisions can be for our clients and their families. Based in Wilmington, we offer compassionate legal counsel to individuals throughout the state of Delaware, as well as Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Guiding You Through The Child Custody Process

Some factors used to determine custody arrangements include:

  • Current living arrangements
  • The personal relationship between the child and both parents
  • Stability and quality of care each parent can supply
  • Any history of domestic violence in the family
  • Over safety of the child with each parent

While most parents will agree that they want what is best for their children, they may not always agree on what that is. Making these emotionally charged decisions requires balanced insight from an attorney who understands your family’s needs.

Securing Custody Arrangements That Are Best For Your Family

Family law attorney John A. Macconi, Jr. is passionate about advocating for the best interests of families throughout the divorce process. He will fight to protect your parental rights and preserve the relationship between you and your child. If your circumstances change dramatically due to relocation, he will advocate for the appropriate modifications. He can also help you if child custody orders are not honored and need to be legally enforced.

Contact our Wilmington office today to schedule your initial consultation. Call 302-660-0892 or email us. We understand that you are going through a difficult time. We are here to provide you with the legal guidance you need to get through it.