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Action For High-Conflict Custody Matters

If your child custody dispute is high conflict, it is likely to be the most painful and expensive family law areas that you have to resolve. Regardless of the particulars of your high-conflict child custody case, rest assured that NAP is well-prepared to advocate zealously on your and your child’s behalf. We are ready to advise and represent you with an eye on preserving your parental rights in light of the best interests of your children under the circumstances.

Your Legal Ally In Custody Disputes

Core conflicts in custody matters may have to do with complicated issues such as:

  • Allegations of parental alienation or family violence
  • Drug and alcohol abuse or addiction
  • Mental illnesses Alleged unsafe conditions in the home of either parent
  • The geographical distance between parents (relocation)
  • Stated child preferences in conflict with the status quo
  • Grandparent and extended family involvement
  • Military divorce, perhaps including periods of overseas deployment
  • Frequently shifting job schedules of one or both parents

As a former social worker and an adoptive parent,  attorney Sharon Ramage has a great deal of personal as well as professional experience in child-related legal matters. She can help you look toward your future with your children in confidence as you pursue your custody rights.

Cases Involving Mental Illness

Does your spouse have a mental illness that interferes with parenting? Are you compliant with medication management for mental illness and the other parent is seeking to use that diagnosis to deny access to your children? Our attorneys have extensive experience working with mental health professionals and an in-depth understanding of psychological conditions that may place your children or your ability to parent your children at risk.

If your family is affected by mental illness, we can help you confront this conflict both proactively and effectively. We are available to serve you anywhere in Collin County, Denton County or the surrounding area from our law offices in McKinney.

Contact Us Today

An attorney’s skills and dedication can make a significant difference for you during this challenging, high-stakes conflict. Call The Ramage Law Group at 972-562-9890 or contact us online to schedule an initial consultation about your situation.