Fort Worth Joint Managing Conservatorship Attorneys

If you are in the process of getting a divorce, one of the most important issues on your mind is undoubtedly what will happen to your children. Our experienced and dedicated attorneys will work with you to make sure that you will still be an important part of your children’s lives. Working with you, we can set up a joint managing conservatorship to make sure that you will still have access to your children. A joint managing conservatorship is an agreement between the divorcing parents to share the rights and responsibilities associated with the children. We have the knowledge and experience that you need on your side. Call the Fort Worth joint managing conservatorship lawyers of The Maynard Law Firm, PLLC today at (817) 335-9600 to schedule a consultation with an experienced member of our team today.

Why You Need a Lawyer

Legal decisions concerning your children can be very complicated and can raise a lot of questions, like where the children will live and who will pay for the things they need. Many of those questions are best answered by attorneys with experience in family law. At The Maynard Law Firm, PLLC, we have attorneys with decades of experience representing clients with family law issues. We will negotiate with the other parties in the case and make sure that you get a favorable result when you are seeking a joint managing conservatorship. We will make sure that you get enough time with your children, and that you are not left with all the costs of raising them. Let us put our skills to use for you.

Another reason to get a lawyer is because of the stressful nature of legal disputes. Going through a divorce is never easy, and things only get harder when children are involved. The lawyers at The Maynard Law Firm, PLLC will act as third parties and make sure that the negotiations with the other involved parties go as smoothly as possible. Don’t bear the burden of negotiating for yourself during this stressful time. Allow us to help you while you focus on moving on with your life.

Why You Should Contact The Maynard Law Firm, PLLC

The Maynard Law Firm, PLLC is a law firm that focused on results. Our attorneys, Patton Maynard and Creighton Maynard, have decades of experience in Texas family law and put those skills to use for our clients. The Maynard Law Firm, PLLC has a long track record of success in representing our clients in child custody cases. If you are going through a divorce, call us today at (817) 335-9600 to learn more about setting up a joint managing conservatorship for your children. We offer a free first consultation to any interested client, so you can get the information that you need to make the best decisions for your children. Our dedicated staff and attorneys will give you the help you need during this stressful time, so don’t hesitate to call now.

What is Joint Managing Conservatorship?

A joint managing conservatorship is an agreement between the divorcing parents to share most of the parental rights and responsibilities. The rights and privileges the parents share include the right to spend time with the children and be a part of their lives. It also includes the responsibility to take care of the children, such as providing food, shelter, and basic medical care.

Not all parental rights and responsibilities are shared in joint managing conservatorships. When the court decides to allow joint managing conservatorship, they will notify each parent of their specific rights and duties. One parent, called the primary joint managing conservator, will keep the right to decide where the children’s primary residence is. Also, they will have the right to make important decisions in their children’s lives, like decisions regarding major surgeries.

Joint managing conservatorship can be agreed to by the parents or ordered by the judge. The judge will only allow this relationship to exist if they find it to be in the best interest of the child. Courts consider several factors when deciding whether to allow a joint managing conservatorship. These factors include the following:

  • The physical, psychological, or emotional needs and development of the child
  • The ability of the parents to put their child’s well-being first and reach shared decisions about the child
  • The ability of each parent to encourage and accept a good relationship between the child and the other parent
  • Whether both parents participated in raising the child before the suit
  • The geographic location of the parents’ homes
  • If the child is 12 or older, the court will consider the child’s preference
  • Any other factor the court decides is relevant, such as employment status

It is possible to modify the rights, duties, and agreements made in an order for joint managing conservatorship. Courts prefer that the parties handle such modifications using alternative dispute resolutions, but they can do it themselves if they need to. Courts actively work to make sure that any agreement is in the best interest of the children and will only agree to a change if they believe it to be necessary for the children. If you want to adjust an already existing joint managing resolution, The Maynard Law Firm, PLLC will make sure to get that change for you.

If you want to set up a joint managing conservatorship, The Maynard Law Firm, PLLC is who you should turn to for help. We have the knowledge and experience to negotiate with the other party and convince the court of the necessity of the joint managing conservatorship. Contact us right away so we can start working toward your goals. We will make sure that you will still be an important part of your children’s lives.

Contact Us

The Maynard Law Firm, PLLC is a Fort Worth family law firm dedicated to getting results for our clients. We have decades of combined knowledge and experience, and a passion for helping parents continue to see their children in the event of a divorce. However, we can only put our experience to use for you if you let us. If you are going through a divorce and seeking a joint managing conservatorship, call us today at (817) 335-9600. We will set up a confidential consultation with you to discuss your situation and answer any important questions that you have.