Child Custody

Sacramento Child Custody Lawyer

Top-Rated Child Support & Family Law Attorneys in Placer and El Dorado Counties

Family law is a notoriously emotional area of legal practice, and child custody can be one of its most intense subsections. When the well-being of your son or daughter is on the line, you're going to be understandably emotional. However, that's not a good way to win your case. Trying to argue your own case in a child custody battle is usually a good way to lose. 

Instead, choose the attorneys at the Stutz Law Office as your child custody and support lawyers. Founded in 2019, the firm has already begun to make a name for itself in the El Dorado County, CA area. If you need to fight for your parental rights, don't do it alone. Call the Stutz Law Office for a free consultation with a trusted child support and custody attorney.


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Depending on where a child spends the majority of their time, a parent may need to make monthly payments to their former spouse. Child support payments can cover amenities like:

  • Clothes
  • Housing
  • Food
  • Transportation
  • Entertainment
  • Healthcare

The court awards child support to ensure the well-being of a child, not necessarily any of the parents. If a parent refuses to make their child support payments, the court can force them to do so. 


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The court will look at a few main factors when they issue a judgment in a child custody case. First, the court's main concern in California is to act in the child's best interests. Second, the court always assumes that a child's best interests include contact with both parents. The gender of a parent has no bearing on their parental rights in California.

Child custody consists of two main components:
 

  • Legal custody, which refers to a parent's right to make decisions about a child's educational and religious upbringing, among a number of factors. Legal custody will also allow a parent to make medical decisions on their child's behalf.
  • Physical custody, which refers to where a child will live.
  • Custody doesn't need to reside with just one parent. California allows a number of joint custody options. This will allow a child to live with both parents for a pre-determined amount of time. It'll also allow both parents to make decisions about their son or daughter's well-being.
     

The Stutz Law Office Difference

The Cornerstones of Our Practice
  • Constant Attorney-Client Communication

    We will always be transparent and establish open communication with our clients from Day 1.

  • Services Tailored to Your Needs

    No two cases are made the same. We will always listen to your individual case and find a solution that works best for you.

  • Client-Focused Representation

    At Stutz Law Office, our mission is to always put you first.

  • Payment Plans Available

    We work with you to find a payment schedule that fits your budget.

  • Free Consultations

    All initial consultations are 100% complimentary.