Finding Child Custody And Visitation Solutions

There is perhaps nothing more emotionally rewarding than spending time with your child. If the amount of time that you have together is decreased due to the end of a relationship or a divorce, you want to be sure that you are taking the appropriate steps to ensure that you remain an important part of your child's life.

At Stewart, Schmidlin, & Bullock, PLLC, our lawyers have over four decades of combined experience representing Johnston County clients with their legal issues. You can depend upon us to be in your corner throughout your case, including trial. We will fight to help you obtain the custody and visitation agreement that maximizes the amount of time you may spend with your child.

Deep Knowledge Of The Local Courts

North Carolina judges must base their custody and visitation decisions on what they feel is in the child's best interests. This means they will examine the entire situation and determine a custody and parenting time schedule that they believe will benefit the child. Each side will be allowed to discuss their specific concerns, and often, these matters become extremely contentious. It is important that you realize that you do have custody and child visitation rights that you need to protect.

Our attorneys have handled numerous custody cases for clients, and we understand the factors that the court will consider when evaluating your case. One of our attorneys, Marcia Kaye Stewart, was a judge in family court cases before returning to private practice. She knows how to present your issues and concerns in the courtroom, and will be a strong advocate on your behalf.

Results Matter. Choose Your Counsel Wisely.

Custody and parenting time agreements can be impossible to modify without a major change in circumstances. Do not make such an important decision without knowing your rights. To schedule an appointment with our Smithfield child custody and visitation attorneys, please call our office at 919-300-6494 or send us an email using the form provided.