Courtney and Mills
On September 13, 2006, despite the fact that it was Friday the 13th, Courtney & Mills, LLC opened its doors for business. Our firm consists of two attorneys—Ann Mills and Chad Courtney, along with three support staff. In the 10+ years since that day, we have chosen to remain a small firm so that we can form a personal relationship with you. This allows us to have a better understanding of your needs.
From us, you can expect an atmosphere where you will be educated about the law as it applies to your case. We provide options so you understand the paths your case may take. We also provide resolutions you can live with, while knowing sometimes the only resolution is to allow a judge to decide the issues.
When married individuals split up and there are children involved, there is a question of custody. A court order is necessary to give guidance on how much physical time a child should spend with each parent. The court order further outlines how the parents should handle decision-making where the child is concerned.
Custody issues are not restricted to married couples. They may also arise between unmarried individuals who have children and are no longer together. Without a court order, there is no plan that can be enforced to ensure the parents are getting to spend time with their children. Contact us today to learn how we have helped hundreds of clients with their custody situations!
This post is designed for general information only. The information presented here should not be construed as formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship.
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