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Custody Lawyers in Tampa, FL

Kenny Leigh and Associates understands how hard divorce can be on families, especially on children. When searching for custody lawyers in Tampa, FL, hire lawyers who are committed to making sure you receive the best possible outcome for you and your children. Our firm has served the community for over a decade, and has an experienced legal team that is ready to help protect the future of you and your children.

Just like alimony, men are facing an uphill battle when it comes to child custody. It's difficult for men to receive full custody of their children, as most courts agree to have the mother retain full custody of the children. Proving that the mother provides an environment that is unfit for a child is a difficult, expensive, and lengthy process. While there are challenges, our family custody lawyer is ready and able to take on those challenges while helping you retain custody of your child.

Custody Attorneys in Tampa, FL

Custody Attorneys Provide Sound Advice

It's important to keep your composure and think rationally during a divorce case. Of course, this is easier said than done, especially when it involves the future of your children. Our custody attorneys do their due diligence and explore every avenue that can be taken to help you secure your custody rights.

The judicial system is complex and it becomes even more complex when children are involved. Our divorce attorney explains the language of your separation agreement in clear terms, so that you fully understand the legal process. Our office helps guide you through the legal process, and instructs you on what you can do to help retain custody of your children.

Different Types of Custody Agreements

Divorces often last so long because ex-spouses have a hard time dividing their assets. Perhaps the hardest thing to agree on is who retains custody of the child. There are three primary types of custody agreements. The first is joint custody. Both parents share custody of the child, but the primary residence of the child will belong to one parent. The second agreement is sole custody. This type of custody agreement awards sole custody to one parent. Lastly, shared custody is where both the primary residence and custody are split evenly between both parents.

Under certain circumstance, the court does petition to give custody of a child to the grandparents. If this is specific to your case, knowing that we fight just as diligently for grandparent rights.

Contact us to discuss your child custody options. We proudly serve clients in Tampa, Florida, and the surrounding areas.