Child Custody Lawyers and Child Support Attorneys

in West Virginia

Charleston, WV Child Custody Attorneys

Stroebel & Stroebel, PLLC offers experience in child custody and child support matters to residents of West Virginia. Our lawyers have handled hundreds of cases, which gives us the direct insight and knowledge that there is nothing more important than the welfare of a child. We understand the emotional struggle that families go through when working out the details of child custody matters and child support situations. Call Stroebel & Stroebel, PLLC at (304) 553-0660 in Charleston, or contact us online to schedule a free consultation today on your child custody or child support matter.

Types of Child Custody Matters Serviced by Stroebel & Stroebel PLLC

Stroebel & Stroebel is here to assist residents of West Virginia with:

  • Relocation
  • Residential
  • Visitation

Details of Child Custody Rights in West Virginia

Legal child custody includes the rights to make decisions regarding a child, or to obtain certain state or federal benefits. Residential custody relates to the place where a child may be living most of the time. West Virginia is a shared parenting state, which means the Court will determine a parenting schedule for the parents. The name of this parenting plan may be “basic shared” or “extended shared,” depending on the number of overnights with the non-custodial parent.

Safeguard Your Child’s Best Interests with Stroebel & Stroebel PLLC

The process of a family separating in divorce can be difficult for children to comprehend, so we work with care and compassion to safeguard the best interests of your children. You can rely on our experience to ensure the safety, protection, and happiness of the children in your family.

*Modification of Child Custody

and Child Support Agreements

Modifications to Custody or Support Agreements in West Virginia

Family circumstances can be dynamic, and while the court may issue a final divorce decree, it may be necessary to adjust or modify arrangements and agreements regarding child support, custody, and visitation throughout the years. From time to time, it is helpful to know that the legal agreements accurately reflect the current situation. Is the amount of child support enough? Are all parties involved following the parenting schedule or custody order?

Child Custody & Child Support Modifications in Charleston

Contact Stroebel & Stroebel, in Charleston, if you would like to seek a modification to a divorce agreement regarding custody, support, or visitation. These types of divorce modifications can happen for various reasons and may require negotiation depending on the circumstances. If you have endured a significant change, or the experience that one parent fails to exercise their custodial time, or is preventing the other parent from having theirs, consult with our experienced attorneys today to protect your rights and safeguard the interests of your children.