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Criminal Law
Alan Brown: 210-227-5103
Family Law
Jean Brown: 210-354-2662
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How can fathers aim for sole custody of their children?

For many divorced fathers in Texas, filing for sole custody can be a challenge. In fact, studies have shown that only a third of fathers receive full custody after a divorce. However, there are steps you can take to show the courts that you’re a devoted father who’s perfectly capable of handling full custody.

How can you receive full custody of your children during a divorce?

When you seek full child custody, make sure you maintain a strong relationship with your children. Talk to them often and visit them as much as possible. If you’re not staying in touch with your children, the judge will be unlikely to grant you full custody. But if you can show the judge how much your kids mean to you, you might become their sole caregiver.

Additionally, you should make sure that you’re making full child support payments on time. If you fall behind on your child support payments, it sends the message that your children aren’t your first priority. You can request a child support modification if you genuinely can’t keep up with the payments, but make sure you take action as soon as possible so that you don’t look like a negligent father.

You should also make an effort to have an influence on your children’s lives. Attend their school plays and soccer games and offer them support whenever you need it. Show that you’ll be there for the hard times as well as their successes.

How can an attorney help you during a divorce?

An attorney may help you seek full custody of your children during a divorce. Your attorney may offer guidance and support that helps you make a good impression in court. Additionally, your attorney might help you negotiate with your ex and maintain a strong presence in your children’s lives.