Can I Get Sole Child Custody in Montana?


 

 

Montana Child Custody Lawyer for Full Custody

When one parent wants full custody of the children, it’s often a long and often arduous process. As experienced Montana child custody lawyers, we go through things like negotiation, mediation, and again, ultimately try to reach an agreement between the parents as opposed to having a judge make a decision about kids that he’s never met. The parents are the best people to make that decision, but it is very difficult to have full custody if the other parent is available, safe, and wants to parent.

There are exceptions, however, regarding when sole custody may be appropriate.  These exceptions include circumstances in which there has been abuse, drug or alcohol addition, incarceration, and or severe psychological conditions.

If you would like to pursue full custody, we invite you to call our office to schedule a consultation with an experienced Montana child custody lawyer to learn more about your rights and options.