How to Approach Child Custody for Special Needs Children

As if divorcing your spouse is not confusing enough, you have a special needs child who is in the middle of the divorce proceedings. How child custody is negotiated is different for a special needs child than for children without special needs. This can affect the financial negotiations. At the Law Office of Michael D. Tracton, we have over thirty years of experience in child custody and would like to speak with you personally about your child custody proceedings.

As you already know, special needs children require special care and attention. This applies to child custody proceedings as well. How the court views and treats special needs children is different from the way they treat children without special needs. This can affect child support and other negotiable points between a divorcing couple.

The Tracton Law Firm, PLLC, was formed with a goal in mind to help people get through their unique family issues. We understand unique and diverse family situations, and this is why we can help you. Our practice is exclusively family law and we will give your family situation the care and attention that it deserves. As your counselors, we will protect the rights of your special needs child during child custody negotiations.

We know what it can be like to have a special needs child, and it can become even more difficult when going through a divorce. Let us guide you and your child through the process as smoothly as possible. We will answer your questions as both a parent and an attorney. Consider Michael D. Tractor to be your family law attorney.

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