Your Strong Advocate In All Parenting Issues
When it comes to protecting your children and your relationships with them, results matter. They matter a great deal. A half-hearted approach to defending your parenting rights is not what you need. Instead, you need a law firm on your side that will passionately pursue the best outcome available.
Look no further than Canfield Madow Law Group, PLLC, in Everett. Our lawyers have been diligently representing mothers, fathers, grandparents and other concerned parties for many years. We know what it takes to win a custody or support case in Washington, and we have the drive to uphold your rights to the end.
We are available to handle the following matters, among others:
- Child custody and visitation — As a mother of four and a former member of the Snohomish County Guardian ad Litem Registry, Roberta Madow truly understands what is at stake in custody cases. She and attorney Damon Canfield are both proficient at helping parents craft effective parenting plans involving residential placement or residential time. Our lawyers are also skilled at handling cases that involve parental relocation, the effect of military deployment on parenting time and related concerns.
- Child support — While child support seems fairly straightforward — you enter numbers into a worksheet, run a few calculations and out pops a support amount — it can sometimes become far more complex. If one parent is self-employed, for instance, accurately determining his or her income can be challenging. If a child has special needs, the support amount may need to reflect extra expenses. Our firm can assist you with these kinds of matters. We can also help you seek a child support modification if circumstances change significantly.
- Third-party custody and adoptions — If you are a grandparent, stepparent or other relative who is already helping to raise the children, you may have questions about your rights in regard to visitation. Or you may need to legally adopt the children or become official guardians if their parents are unavailable or unfit to provide care. Let us help.
- Paternity — For unmarried mothers, establishing paternity is vital to obtaining child support payments and ensuring that the child can inherit property from his or her father. For unmarried fathers, establishing paternity is equally critical to gain parental rights. Our firm will guide you through the process.
We also encourage you to learn more about what the first consultation with us will look like.
Set Up A Consultation With Us
We encourage you to call Canfield Madow Law Group, PLLC, at 425-312-1870 or contact us online to arrange a consultation with one of our lawyers. We will discuss your particular parenting concerns in depth and provide the guidance you require to move forward.