The most difficult type of case in Family Law is Child Custody and Visitation. Children today are frequently caught in bitter, intense and volatile battles between their parents seeking physical custody of them. Koslosky & Koslosky works extremely hard to ensure that both parents remember that the paramount focus in any case seeking custody or visitation is the child. In fact, Koslosky & Koslosky will not accept any client in a custody or visitation case who wants to hurt the child or deny the other parent a meaningful and appropriate relationship with the son or daughter.
Koslosky & Koslosky has expertise, skill and persistence in handling custody and visitation cases. We will do whatever it takes within the law to achieve the goal of our clients obtaining custody or visitation. We strongly believe that direct, honest and realistic goals must be set with each client on a case by case basis.
Grandparents and other persons often have a legal basis for seeking custody and visitation. Koslosky & Koslosky has successfully represented non-biological parents in obtaining custody and visitation with children.
Koslosky & Koslosky understand that circumstances change in matters regarding custody and visitation which demand modification of existing orders. We have significant experience in modifying existing orders so as to permit more or less visitation time with the non-custodial parent, to impose supervised visitation upon the non-custodial parent as a means to protect the children, to suspend or eliminate visitation in severe cases, to allow the custodial parent to relocate to other parts of New York State or in different states, and also to eliminate joint custody to sole custody for the custodial parent.
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