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Collin County Child Custody and Visitation Attorney

Plano child conservatorship and possession attorney

Lawyer Helping Create Conservatorship and Visitation Agreements in Frisco, Celina, and McKinney

Children's needs rise above all other factors in divorce. You want what is best for your son or daughter. At the Law Office of Linda Risinger, we are here to see that is what you get.

For over 30 years, we have been meeting and exceeding the family law needs of people in Denton County, Collin County, and the surrounding region. Put our experience to work for you.

Free consultations are available. Please call us at 972-294-6533 to schedule a meeting to discuss your case with a dedicated Frisco-based child custody lawyer.

Meeting Your Child's Needs and Protecting Your Parent-Child Relationship

We begin every case by listening to you. Our team will take the time to learn about your relationship with your child. Our attorneys will work with you to structure child custody, visitation, parenting time and child support plans that best meet your needs.

In Texas, child custody is legally known as "conservatorship." Joint custody is known as a "joint managing conservatorship" (JMC), sole custody is known as "sole managing conservatorship" (SMC), and your visitation schedule is known as a "standard possession order" (SPO).

Guiding Your Informed Decisions — Protecting Your Rights as a Parent

We will carefully construct a strategy that protects your parental rights and gives you legal power to enforce custody agreements. As we proceed through your case, we will keep you involved and thoroughly informed. Personal attention is an important aspect of our service.

We are committed to being here for you when you need us. We will keep you updated on the process, and we are available to address your concerns at any time, including:

Enlisting the services of a local lawyer is important. In family law matters such as child custody, visitation rights, and child support, the judge has a great deal of discretion to determine the outcome.

We work regularly with the judges in the area and understand their tendencies. As we develop a legal strategy to meet your needs, we will incorporate that knowledge and work hard to achieve the results you seek.

Contact Our Little Elm Child Custody Lawyer

Please call our firm in Frisco at 972-294-6533 or use our contact form to request a free initial consultation with Linda. We assist with family law cases in Denton, Celina, Dallas County, Little Elm, Frisco, Collin County, Denton County, Prosper, Plano, and The Colony.

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