Child Custody

Child Custody

Child custody is one of the hardest things to go through whether it is during a divorce, an initial child custody case, or a child custody modification. Child custody cases are extremely difficult, and it affects everyone involved, but mostly the children.

Shupperd Law strives to give you the most realistic expectations based on your situation. Again, not all custody cases are the same. There is no one size fits all solution. Although Idaho determines child custody based on the best interest of the children, which includes the wishes of the parents, the wishes of the children (in some cases), the relationship between the children and their parents (and other siblings), the children’s surroundings (home, school, and community), the character and circumstances of everyone involved in the case, continuity and stability in the children’s lives, and whether there has been domestic violence involved in the case.

When you come in for you free consultation with Shupperd Law, we will go through all the facts surrounding your particular case and what to expect based on Idaho law. We will talk about what the factors mean for you and how the factors apply to your case. We will talk about any additional factors that might apply to your unique situation. We will make sure that you have enough information to make an informed decision regarding your situation.

In addition to talking about the legal aspect of the case, we will walk you through the practical aspect of what it is like to go through a custody case. We will make sure that you are prepared for every step along the way, including mediation, settlement conferences, parenting time evaluations, and litigation. 

Boise Child Custody Attorney

Child custody is one of the hardest things to go through whether it is during a divorce, an initial child custody case, or a child custody modification. Child custody cases are extremely difficult, and it affects everyone involved, but mostly the children.

Kevin Shupperd is a Boise child custody attorney that strives to give you the most realistic expectations based on your situation. Again, not all custody cases are the same. There is no one size fits all solution. Although Idaho determines child custody based on the best interest of the children, which includes the wishes of the parents, the wishes of the children (in some cases), the relationship between the children and their parents (and other siblings), the children’s surroundings (home, school, and community), the character and circumstances of everyone involved in the case, continuity and stability in the children’s lives, and whether there has been domestic violence involved in the case.

When you come in for you free consultation with Shupperd Law, we will go through all the facts surrounding your particular case and what to expect based on Idaho law. We will talk about what the factors mean for you and how the factors apply to your case. We will talk about any additional factors that might apply to your unique situation. We will make sure that you have enough information to make an informed decision regarding your situation.

In addition to talking about the legal aspect of the case, we will walk you through the practical aspect of what it is like to go through a custody case. We will make sure that you are prepared for every step along the way, including mediation, settlement conferences, parenting time evaluations, and litigation.

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