Welcome to Custody Queens
We understand that cases that involve child custody are exhausting and taxing on the soul. Separation and divorce are a bitter pill to swallow, but you’re here because you want a better life for you and your children. We want you to understand that you can rely on our expertise when navigating the unknowns of the legal system, and our guidance and in other aspects of your life.
A key benefit of working with a family law attorney is it allows you to focus on yourself—both as a parent and an individual—in order to minimize the emotional damage, and get back on your feet. We are dedicated to providing our clients with strategies for attaining their goals, not just in family court, but in their life ahead.
We’ll talk about how to take advantage of support systems available to you, and show you how small details figure into a bigger picture for you and your kids. We’ll be talking about taking care of yourself inside and out. We’ll be discussing how to set proper boundaries, how to communicate effectively, and how to stay above petty conflicts.
We are here to make you a better parent and a better individual so you can move onto a better life. Our dedication to caring for the whole person is what sets Custody Queens apart from other attorneys you might consider. The benefits that you gain from working with us will outlast our representation.
We are looking forward to preparing you for the next chapter.
Kristen & Samantha
Growing up in a Filipino family, I was (of course) encouraged to become a nurse. I could help others, have a stable job, and still make a difference. My journey to becoming an attorney was never easy, nor was it what most people would consider typical or ideal.
Rivera, 33, and her ex-husband, actor Ryan Dorsey, share custody of their 4-year-old boy, who was found alone on a pontoon boat following his mother’s disappearance.
Law enforcement officials and victims’ advocacy groups are describing domestic violence as “the other pandemic” during the coronavirus outbreak.
We are watching coronavirus very closely just like everyone. As the situation progresses, now is a great time to take stock about what you can do in terms of proactive co-parenting. Here are some tips to consider.
One morning, I’m hustling out the door on my way to the courthouse. I smell it before I see it—a pile of puppy poop on my carpet. Moments like these are opportune times for a reality check.
Holidays can be tough for parents who are separated. The emotions of the season become compounded by the emotions of the breakup; stress tends to snowball into an avalanche of conflict. If that happens, it ruins the magic of the season for everyone—especially the children.
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