Substance abuse is an unfortunate reality for far too many people. Millions of Americans abuse substances such as alcohol, prescription drugs and narcotics. While society may pay the price for this epidemic, children should be exempt from that burden.
What can you do to protect your children if their other parent is abusing substances? What effect can your own substance abuse have on your custody case? At Worsham Law Firm, P.A., we have experience resolving such difficult issues and focus on keeping the best interests of children at the forefront.
Protecting Your Children
If your child’s other parent is abusing drugs or alcohol, we can help you pursue a custody arrangement that protects your children. Depending on the severity of the situation, this may include seeking sole physical and legal custody. The bottom line will be making sure your children are raised in a safe, nurturing environment, free from the damage of substance abuse.
Protecting Your Parental Rights
If you are struggling with substance abuse, you are not alone. You are not a bad person, but you do need help. The first step is getting help in the form of counseling and treatment. To improve your custody situation, you need to make sure your own life is in order. In the meantime, we can fight to make sure you have supervised visitation with your children.
Contact An Experienced Family Law Attorney
These difficult issues should not be left to chance or placed in the hands of lawyers who are figuring things out as they go. We have been resolving these issues in central Arkansas for more than three decades. Write to our Little Rock office today to schedule a consultation, or call us at 501-228-0668 or 501-490-9379 .