Perhaps you've been told that there are only two types of parental custody -- "physical" and "legal" -- and there are only two ways to have custody -- "sole" and "joint." That's the way most judges think of custody, but that's not the way it has be. If you are open to thinking outside the box, Attorney Lundy can helped you negotiate a custody agreement that is the right solution for the specific needs of your family and your children. After all, your children are not cookie-cutter children, so why should you settle for a cookie-cutter parenting plan?
Of course, sometimes working with the other parent is impossible or even unsafe. Domestic violence, substance abuse, and mental health issues may require a more forensic approach to custody. Attorney Lundy has a niche practice in highly complex custody cases. She has helped hundreds of parents work with -- and, when necessary, challenge -- GALs, mental health professionals, DCF/DSS, and other investigators to safeguard both the rights of fit parents to raise their children as they wish and the children's best interests. If you see a custody battle ahead, you'll want Attorney Lundy on your side.