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Child Custody Attorneys in Tampa Bay, FL

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As a parent, nothing is more important to you than your child. The Law Offices of Steven J. Glaros & Associates understands—that's why we offer experienced legal guidance to parents seeking sole, joint, or rotating custody. Reach out to our staff today to request more information about our child visitation rights attorneys or our child custody attorneys in Tampa Bay, FL.

Whether you're a parent, grandparent, or concerned relative, our firm is here to help you navigate the complex landscape of Florida custody law. We know how frustrating it is to be denied access to a child you care about. It's one of the reasons we offer free case evaluations, which help our clients better understand their rights. Get in touch with our team today to find out how you can receive yours.


How Our Child Custody Lawyers Can Help

Don't let lack of legal experience stop you from securing custody of the important child in your life. Instead, bring our attorneys aboard your case and discover the difference we can make in the outcome. We bring more than 30 combined years of experience to each case we undertake, making us excellent resources. Turn to our child custody lawyers for help when you're seeking any of the following types of custody.

Sole Custody: Guardians awarded "sole custody" receive exclusive physical and legal custody rights. The other parent becomes the "noncustodial parent" and may be entitled to some visitation. However, the parent that receives sole custody has the power to make uniform decisions (educational, medical, or religious) about the child's upbringing.

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Joint Custody: In joint custody arrangements, both parents share the duties and responsibilities associated with raising the child. However, true joint custody arrangements are rare due to schedule conflicts, finances, and other factors. An attorney can assist you in making the right decision for your family.

Rotating Custody: As with joint custody scenarios, rotating custody scenarios split responsibilities between the parents. However, neither parent is designated as the "primary" caretaker—instead, both parents receive custody of the child on a rotating basis.


We Also Help with Child Visitation Rights

When parents separate and discussion turns to custody manners, it's important to understand that even noncustodial parents have rights. If your partner was awarded primary custody of your child, seek guidance from our child visitation lawyers. The Law Offices of Steven J. Glaros & Associates can help you seek reasonable visitation rights, or even assist you in petitioning for more visitation privileges.


Contact our child custody attorneys to learn how our firm can assist with your situation. We proudly serve clients in Tampa Bay, Brandon, Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Oldsmar, and New Port Richey, FL.