Experienced Child Custody Attorney in Fort Worth
In Texas, the legal term conservatorship is used for what many people refer to as child custody and visitation. Conservatorship gives parents access to important information about the child and decision-making authority over important aspects of the child’s life, such as health care and education. There are two types of conservatorship:
- Joint managing conservatorship (JMC)
- Sole managing conservatorship (SMC)
In conservatorship matters, the law generally favors both parents maintaining a meaningful relationship with children after a divorce. The primary consideration is protecting the best interests of the children involved.
At the Law Office of Sharon E. Giraud, PLLC, we have extensive experience handling child custody/conservatorship matters for clients in Fort Worth and throughout surrounding areas.
Attorney Sharon E. Giraud has more than 30 years of experience and is Board-Certified in Family Law . She was named Attorney ad Litem of the Year in 1997 as voted on and selected by the Board of Court Appointed Special Advocates of Tarrant County (CASA), an honor that attests to her skill and experience in legal issues that involve children.
Conservatorship issues can be extremely emotional and contentious. We strive to guide clients to amicable resolutions that expose the children to as little stress and anxiety as possible.
Contact Us for Experienced Guidance
We can guide you through child conservatorship matters in Texas, protecting your rights and the best interests of your children. To discuss your case with an experienced family law lawyer, please contact us today online or by telephone at 817-560-1878.