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Hawthorne & Vesper, PLLC
Compassionate Guidance Through Family Law Issues

Protecting Your Children And Your Rights 

Divorce and other breakups can be especially hard on children. Even if everyone agrees that it's important to do what's best for your children, determining child custody and visitation can be one of the most emotional parts of any separation.

At Hawthorne & Vesper, PLLC, we help men and women navigate custody disputes during the separation or divorce process, as well as those that arise from changing situations, such as when one parent moves or remarries. Some of the issues we can assist clients with include:

  • Who the children will live with
  • Whether co-parenting or parallel parenting might work for you
  • Grandparents' rights to visitation
  • How paternity disputes affect custody and visitation

Levelheaded Guidance Through Difficult Situations

When your access to your children is on the line, it can be hard to think clearly. Our attorneys are committed to providing you with steady support as they work to resolve your custody and visitation issues with the best possible outcome for you and your children.

Through close communication with you, our attorneys will learn the nuances of your situation so they can best advocate for you in custody and visitation matters. We work to resolve legal issues as efficiently and effectively as possible, so you can focus on being a good parent to your children during a difficult time.

Learn How We Can Help

Located in downtown Buffalo, our law firm works with clients throughout Western New York. Contact our office using our online form or call us at 716-261-9835 to discuss how our lawyers can help protect your rights — and relationship with your children.

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