Going through a custody battle can be one of the most stressful and emotionally challenging experiences that a parent can face. That’s why it’s essential to have someone in your corner who can guide you through the legal maze. In today’s blog post, we’ll take a closer look at how Attorney Matt Zimmerman helped a mother protect her parental rights in the court of law.
Facing allegations from her son’s father, a recent client turned to Attorney Matt Zimmerman for help.
With primary custody of her son and plans to relocate to the Dallas TX metroplex, her ex-partner raised concerns that she was attempting to undermine his parental rights.
Zimmerman was able to demonstrate in court that the mother was acting within the bounds of the existing custody order.
He effectively protected her from accusations of parental alienation, ensuring her right to make decisions about her son’s residency and associated rights.
Additionally, he secured her entitlement to child support, vital for the well-being of the child.
Ultimately, the client decided against the move, choosing to stay in Abilene, TX.
Her decision, backed by Attorney Zimmerman’s expertise, showcased her commitment to her role as a mother and her determination to safeguard her child’s best interests.
About The Attorney
Matt’s unwavering passion for the law has resulted in the development of a diverse and all-encompassing practice. His expertise spans across various legal areas that significantly impact individuals in their everyday lives, encompassing family law, divorce, probate, and small business matters.
Attorney Matt Zimmerman’s unwavering dedication leads him to strive for optimal outcomes for all our clients and their families. Below is just a glimpse of his numerous successful settlements and verdicts. It’s crucial to understand that each case and client is distinct, and the results achieved depend on the specific facts and circumstances involved. Therefore, it’s not guaranteed that every client will achieve identical or similar results in their respective cases.