Drug Abuse And Your Parental Rights
Child custody is a complicated issue for many parents. When one parent is struggling with drug or alcohol abuse, the process quickly becomes more complicated for both parties.
We will help you understand your rights and explore all of your options at Brown Law LLC. We have experience representing parents on both sides of these cases in Salt Lake City and the surrounding communities in Utah.
Helping Parents Concerned About Their Children
Several factors are taken into consideration when determining child custody arrangements and visitation rights. A parent’s rights may change if they have a drug addiction or similar addiction that is viewed as unsafe or unstable.
You may be wondering how to get full custody if your ex is an addict. We know the law and will review all of your options to help you keep your children safe. We know this is a difficult process. We will advocate for the best interests of your children and explore every option to keep you and your family protected.
Helping Parents Struggling With Addiction
If you are struggling with addiction, your custody and visitation rights may be affected. You may be at risk of losing your parental rights altogether until you have completed rehab or other stipulations required by the court.
As your attorneys, we can help protect your rights and your relationships with your kids. The law is complex. We understand what to do to find a solution that works for you and your children. Every case is unique and depends on specific factors, but we will do whatever we can to help you maintain your parental rights.
Contact Us Before It’s Too Late
Strong legal representation will go a long way in your case. If you have questions about your parental rights, contact our lawyers right away. Call us at 801-685-9999 or 800-656-3260 to schedule a divorce consultation. You may also contact us online to get started. Our lawyers speak Spanish and Italian.
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