Daytona Divorce Law

Gerard V. Muriello, Attorney At Law

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Time Sharing And Custody Lawyer In Daytona Beach

When you choose our law firm, you will work with a family law lawyer who understands children and the impact that divorce can have on them. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Gerard V. Muriello was trained as a school psychologist, and worked as a child and family therapist, behavior analyst and exceptional student education compliance officer. We have the skill and training to see that your child is protected, emotionally and physically, to the fullest extent possible. We know that is your priority.

The Best Interest Of The Child

In Florida, the terms child custody and visitation are not used anymore. Terms like primary residential parent and secondary residential parent have been eliminated, as they create an unnecessary power imbalance between parents. Now, the focus is on creating parenting plans and time sharing schedules that are in the best interest of the child.

At the law firm of Gerard V. Muriello, Attorney at Law, we understand the factors that are typically reviewed to create effective arrangements for protecting the relationship between parent and child. Our Daytona Beach parenting plan, time sharing and custody lawyer will review these factors while taking the time to learn about you and your child. Our goal is to propose arrangements that make sense for all involved.

Special Needs Children

Our lawyer's background means we are particularly adept at handling parenting plans involving children with special needs. Unique challenges can arise in these cases, and we know how to deal with them. We want to help you do what is best for your child.

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