Prioritizing The Children

At Canavan Law PLC, we help Arizona parents navigate legal disputes regarding child custody and visitation. Since founding our firm in 2012, our attorney Bryan Canavan has remained committed to providing high-quality legal counsel in various types of family law concerns. If you are facing separation and divorce or want to protect your parental rights, we can help.

When it comes to parenting time, visitation and the rights of the two parents, it can be difficult to reach a solution that is agreeable to both parties. We understand the sensitive nature of these matters, and we will help you pursue a final custody order that will ultimately protect the best interests of your kids and your role as a parent.

Important Factors Of Every Custody Order

In most cases, custody disputes are between two parents who are ending their marriage. However, we have helped parents who never married draft custody plans, as well as fathers seeking to establish their rightful role in the lives of their children. When drafting your parenting plan or fighting for a beneficial custody order, we will help you make choices regarding the following:

  • How much time each parent will spend with the child
  • Whether sole custody or joint custody would be better for your situation
  • Weekend and holiday visitations
  • How parents will make important decisions for the child
  • Whether or not extended family members will have access to the child
  • Relocations and modifications to custody orders

Each family is different, and we recognize the importance of having a custody plan that is truly suited to the needs of your unique needs and goals. Our lawyer can also help you address matters that could pertain to your custody plan in the future, such as the potential for the other parent to move away or how parents will handle babysitting. If it matters to your family, it matters to us, and we will diligently represent your interests at every step of your custody case.

An Experienced Family Law Attorney On Your Side

We can answer your questions and help you fight to protect your role as an active and loving parent. Our firm is proud to offer free initial consults to family law clients and services in Spanish. Learn more about how we can help you by calling 520-355-3920 or emailing our office.