The Best Family Lawyers In Edmonton
The most complex aspects of divorce and separation are decisions regarding child decision-making rights and how parenting time will be determined. At Peak Family Law, we have trained family lawyers who ensure that each of our clients attains their desired outcomes with regard to child decision-making and parenting time rights.
Canada’s Top-Rated Child Decision-Making Lawyers
Protecting your children from the effects of a relationship breakdown is difficult. Peak Family Law and its team of dedicated family lawyers can help you craft a parenting plan that minimizes the effect of separation and divorce on the children, has appropriate time with each parent, and, where suitable, lays a foundation for a cooperative parenting arrangement.
Given the potential for negative impacts on your children, you need someone with experience to guide you through the process and, if necessary, to represent you before the court. Our trained family lawyers will make your whole process a smooth ride.
Call 587.489.5751 to arrange a consultation with our certified family lawyers and discuss the ins and outs of parenting time and decision-making.
What Do We Do As Edmonton’s Finest Child Decision-Making Lawyers?
Parenting time and child decision-making is the legal authority given to make decisions on behalf of a child whose parents are not in an intact relationship anymore.
At Peak Family Law, our trained professional family lawyers will help you reach an agreement that is beneficial for both parties and the children involved. There are some cases in which the child’s decision-making is decided by the parents at the time of speciation. If this is the case, then you need to make sure that all the agreements are properly documented in a legally binding separation agreement.
Also, when determining which parenting arrangements are in the best interests of the child, the court considers the following factors:
- Each parent’s capability to provide care for the child.
- The child’s interaction with the parents, grandparents, siblings, and other relatives.
- The wishes of the child and parents.
- Any indicator of child dependency, child abuse, possible abduction, and neglect.
- Each parent’s willingness to cooperate or make collaborative decisions.
We provide thorough, driven and attentive representation for every case we handle. If the stakes are high and your visitation, parenting, or child decision-making rights are in question, our lawyers will work hard to protect your legal rights.