Ensuring Your Custody Agreement Reflects Your Child's Best Interests

When parents are unable to agree on a custody arrangement, New York family court judges can delegate responsibilities. Rather than automatically assigning sole custody to the primary caregiver, judges analyze components that affect the child's overall welfare. The "best interests of the child" standard determines parental rights.

These are some of the considerations they study:

  • The parent-child relationship
  • The stability of the home
  • The ability of the parent financially and emotionally to support the child
  • The history of the parent's drug, alcohol, emotional or physical abuse

As an established family law practice, Trotto Law Firm, P.C., recognizes that families today are more diverse than they were in the past. This varied family composition and structure can complicate a judge's assessment of the best interests standard.

Our committed legal staff has counseled many clients throughout Rochester metro whose primary focus during separation and divorce is establishing custody rights. Led by our principal attorney, Jonathan Trotto, we use his extensive legal background to help parents, stepparents and guardians secure their custody and visitation rights.

Providing Solutions For Unique Circumstances

Whether you are seeking sole or joint custody or wish to establish visitation rights, we can advocate on your behalf for a range of issues, including:

  • Initial determination of custody for all parents
  • Grandparents' rights
  • Third-party rights
  • Modifications as a result of relocation

In addition, we help same-sex families and military families find equitable resolutions for custody concerns.

When you hire our legal services, you gain access to a staff experienced in resolving disputes using various methods. If you need to pursue legal action in court, we can aggressively litigate on your behalf. Should you decide to collaborate, we can represent your interests out of court.

Contact Trotto Law Firm, P.C., For Answers To Child Custody And Visitation Questions

To reach a knowledgeable lawyer about your case, call our office at 585-484-9970 or send us a message through our intake form. We offer free, no-obligation consultations.