Kimberly T. Walker Law Office, P.A.

Helping Your Family Build a Better Tomorrow

Kimberly T. Walker Law Office, P.A.

Helping Your Family Build a Better Tomorrow

Child Custody & Visitation

Child Custody And Visitation Lawyer In St. Louis Park, Minnesota

When a relationship ends, the most important thing both parties can do is work to ensure their children are protected. At Kimberly T. Walker Law Office, P.A. in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, we work closely with parents to find custody and visitation solutions that are in the best interest of children and respect the rights of both parents.

Our firm seeks to find amicable solutions to child custody and visitation issues. We use every resource at our disposal, including third-party mediators and experts, to determine the best options for each unique situation.

Underlying all of these efforts, however, is our hallmark: solutions-focused legal representation. We know that what you want is to have your problems solved, not made worse.

For that reason, we offer our clients nearly 20 years of experience in resolving family legal disputes. This experience comes with seasoned judgment in how people act and in how people can move forward with their lives successfully.

Protect your parental rights. Contact us today for a free initial consultation with an experienced child custody attorney.

Why Hire An Attorney?

There are a broad range of child custody and visitation/parenting time options available to choose from. An experienced attorney can help you choose the best option for your situation. Ultimately, our firm can help you determine which option works best for you and your child.

We prefer to resolve these issues face to face with the other parent in an amicable manner, avoiding the hassle and expense of litigation. By resolving these issues amicably (without resorting to a trial), you and the other parent can tailor your arrangement to meet your needs, rather than leaving them to the discretion of a judicial officer.

Child Custody Modifications

Sometimes an agreement that seems like a good idea at the time no longer meets the needs of your child further down the road. When this happens, we can help you modify the agreement in a way that represents the current needs of your children and both parents. A significant change must take place in order for modification to be an option.

Make sure you find the best fit for your children. Every child deserves a safe place to call home. Call 952-236-4721 today to discuss your custody and visitation options with a skilled attorney.