Understanding Co-Parenting

In Texas and many other states, co-parenting has become public policy in recent years. Whether parents have shared custody or the child lives primarily with one parent, the state does everything possible to ensure the child has a meaningful relationship with both parents. Having contact with both parents after a divorce or separation can ease the burden and stress of the separation for many children.

Protecting The Best Interests Of The Child

I am divorce attorney Donald Robinowitz and I have been representing individuals and families in Houston for more than 25 years. If you are struggling to reach an agreement about parenting time with your former spouse or partner, The Robinowitz Law Firm, P.C., can provide you with the support you need and the sound legal counsel you deserve.

Our attorneys will take the time to listen to you so we have a clear understanding of your goals and concerns. Then we can advise you of all your options and help you make the best choices for you and your children. Our primary goal is always protecting the best interests of the child.

Having guided hundreds of parents through situations much like yours, we know how to vigorously protect your parental rights while negotiating agreements or presenting your case to a judge.

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To learn more about co-parenting and arrange a free phone consultation to review your options, please contact us at 713-893-1886 or 888-587-9098 toll free. From offices in Houston, we serve clients throughout the surrounding communities.