West Palm Beach Child Custody Lawyers
Children’s issues are some of the most challenging in family law. Our approach starts with the purpose of protecting the children in divorce, separation, and paternity who often have little understanding of these matters.
Vulnerable, impressionable children are easily adversely affected by the tensions and hostilities that can accompany contentious divorce. At Beebe Law, we bring a sensitivity to these matters that is meant to spare children as much as possible from emotional turmoil. Our role is to protect parental rights while ensuring the child’s best interests are at the heart of the legal process.
At Beebe Law, your satisfaction is our priority! See for yourself what our clients have to say about working with us.
She handled my case professionally and with my interests and best options in mind. Promptly responded to questions and made sure I understood what to expect during the whole divorce process.- Former Client
Abigail Beebe and her legal team were very professional throughout the course of my divorce. Abigail and her team responded in a timely manner, and I was not billed unnecessarily. Most importantly, I was extremely satisfied with the results!- Edgar M.
Abigail Beebe is a very caring, proficient attorney. She will guide you and advise you no matter how difficult your family issues may be. My family is very appreciative of her kindness and professionalism.- Former Client
Abigail Beebe saved my life literally! They are very knowledgeable In Domestic Violence and custody law. They listened to my needs and went to bat for me, I highly recommend to anyone who may be going through a difficult divorce.- Carly S.
Abby and her great staff helped me through a very difficult divorce. Her advice and work are exceptional. I highly recommend her firm.- Former Client
I am very blessed to have Abby and her staff on my side. I could write on and on but not much more is needed other than she is EXCELLENT.- Former Client
Child Custody & Visitation in Florida
In Florida law, child custody is referred to as "timesharing." This terminology reflects the shift away from the idea of “possession” of a child to emphasize that parents are equally entitled to spend quality time with their child.
However, timesharing often remains a contentious issue in divorce proceedings because of its emotional weight. It often represents a battle over who gets more time and decision-making power in the child's upbringing, and the outcome can significantly impact a child’s and a parent’s life.