About Custody Of Special Needs Children
Divorce with children is always difficult. The far-reaching decisions that must be made and uncertainty can be overwhelming. When one or more children involved has a mental disability, chronic illness or other special needs, seeking counsel from a sensitive lawyer with extensive relevant experience is especially important.
At my firm, Stolar & Associates, A Professional Law Corporation, I offer genuine compassion for special needs children and the parents striving to provide the best possible quality of life for them. I am Steven Stolar, a focused custody attorney familiar with the full range of emotional, financial, and practical concerns you may be coping with at this traumatic time.
Discuss your case during an initial consultation. Call 310-800-2132 to request yours.
Looking Out For Your Rights And Your Child’s Best Interests
At my family law firm, you will work with a lawyer who will recognize all that you are going through as you seek a stable future for yourself and your special needs child. You can count on me to thoroughly analyze all legal options and find the best available resolution to your divorce. I also offer comprehensive estate planning services for families in transition. My Beverly Hills-based firm serves individuals facing family law challenges throughout Los Angeles County.
My capabilities for dealing with complex custody challenges include the following:
- Decades of prior experience helping families with children who have autism, various learning disabilities, and debilitating physical illnesses reach workable settlements that keep both parents involved in the lives of their children
- Access to qualified experts in child psychiatry, social development, educational needs, and other fields who can provide credible information relevant to your case
- Proven ability to obtain child support and spousal alimony support orders appropriate in a vast range of situations, including those in which one parent must provide full-time child care or requires payment of support for a child beyond age 18