Committed, Concerned Shreveport Attorney With

Nearly 25 Years Of Effective Representation

Mark Daniel Frederick
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Experienced Representation To Resolve Child Custody Disputes

When parents divorce, many disagreements may arise concerning child custody. It can be difficult for parents to look into the future with the idea that their children will be with the future ex-spouse for a period of time. Moreover, determining how important decisions will be made regarding the health, education and other aspects of your child’s life can increase tensions during a difficult time. Child custody decisions that are made during a divorce may impact children for many years to come.

Attorney Mark D. Frederick has nearly 25 years of experience helping individuals resolve child custody disputes and protecting children, as well as protecting parent-child relationships in divorce.

The Best Interests Of The Children Are Important

At the northwestern Louisiana Law Offices of Mark D. Frederick, LLC, Mark D. Frederick knows that emotions often complicate the process of resolving child custody disagreements. He works one-on-one with clients to understand their goals and the individual circumstances involved and develops strategies to achieve the best possible outcomes for his clients and the children. He draws on his past experience, the law and his own compassion for clients to help develop strategic and workable solutions, which may include split custody or joint custody solutions. He takes a comprehensive approach to develop workable child visitation arrangements, as well as legally appropriate child support arrangements.

He can also be there for you after the initial order is created. For instance, if circumstances change and the visitation schedule is no longer workable, such as when a parent moves out of the state, he can help with the modifications of the existing schedule. It is particularly important that you work with an attorney immediately when these kinds of circumstances arise. If you wait until your former spouse has left, you may have to pursue a court order modification under the laws of the new state of residence.

Arrange Your Consultation With An Experienced Shreveport Child Custody Lawyer

Contact the Louisiana child custody attorney at the Law Offices of Mark D. Frederick, LLC, for experienced assistance in ensuring that your child will have the best life possible in these new circumstances.

Call him at his Shreveport office today at 318-666-0193, or get in touch via email.