Child Support, Custody And Visitation

When parents in Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C., go through a divorce, there are some issues that can cause a great deal of stress. Most importantly, a dispute over the custody of a child is a painful ordeal for the parents and often much worse for any children involved.

It can become easy to be overwhelmed when facing the decision of custody and visitation. If you are involved in litigation with a co-parent who is neglectful, abusive or domineering, the stress and anger that this causes may result in you losing focus. That's where having a solid legal team in place such as the child custody attorneys from Wampler & Souder, LLC, can make a big difference in the outcome.

We Work With You To Keep Your Goals In Sight

When it is necessary to have lawyers who are both clearheaded yet suitably aggressive, the professionals at Wampler & Souder, LLC, fit the bill. The court's guiding force in a child custody dispute is what is in the best interests of your child. We help our clients not to lose sight of this. You do not want to lose what means the most to you.

Whether you are involved in a dispute over a visitation schedule, seek proper recognition as a child's father, seek sole custody, or want to revoke visitation rights, we can act as zealous advocates for you and your children's legal rights.

Furthermore, the attorneys at Wampler & Souder, LLC, will help you come to a comprehensive visitation schedule for your children, including summers and holidays. This may be the first time you have ever needed to contemplate where your children will be on an important holiday, but our experienced lawyers can help foresee future problems and allow you to avoid them.

Make Sure Your Child Support Arrangement Is Fair

Something that is often a delicate topic for parents in a divorce case is child support. Maryland utilizes the Maryland Child Support Guidelines to determine how this works. In addition, expenses such as day care, health insurance, education expenses, uninsured medical expenses, and other expenses can be added to the appropriate amount of child support, depending on your situation.

It is imperative that you understand what you may be entitled to in support, or the appropriate amount you may be required to pay in support. The attorneys at Wampler & Souder, LLC, will help you determine what to expect and eliminate some of the uncertainty in the process.

Please contact us today to learn more about how we handle child support, child custody and visitation issues for our clients. Call us now at 301-732-7675 or email us your contact information to learn more about how we can help you and your family.