Child Custody

Custody disputes are usually at the center of any divorce or breakup. Many parents can resolve disagreements about their children on their own, but some situations require settlement in court. No one wants their life under a public microscope, or to have their children at the center of their dispute, but some situations make the temporary conflict necessary to protect tender children.

The best interest of a child is ideally the outcome in any custody case, but many factors and influences often make presenting the necessary facts and circumstances difficult.  The role of any attorney in this instance is to make sure the relevant details of your situation are clearly laid out for the court.

Our office handles a variety of child custody matters, including:

  • Conservatorship or Custody
  • Sole Custody and Joint Custody
  • Primary or Secondary Physical Custody
  • Visitation Rights
  • Geographic Restrictions
  • High Conflict Custody

Prevailing in a custody dispute can ensure peace in a child’s life. Our office is committed to providing strong advocacy tailored to the needs of your case.  We will meet with you personally to evaluate your case and to provide options for you moving forward. It’s your case, it’s our job to help you navigate and achieve your goals. 

Questions? Contact Us Today!

Chidester Law PLLC | 1000 Heritage Center Cir.
Phone: (512) 900-3141| Fax: (512) 692-2875 | Email:

Principle office located in Round Rock, TX. Serving Travis, Williamson, Hays, Burnett, Milam, and Bell County.

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