Attorney David Rubin
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Strong Representation In Child Custody Matters

Child custody, visitation and relocation issues are among the most highly contested areas of a divorce proceeding. These can become extremely complex legal matters, and it is important to have an experienced lawyer who can work for a resolution that benefits you and your children.

Attorney David Rubin will work with you to fully understand your goals for the custody proceeding. He will work diligently to present the strongest possible argument to support your position and to achieve your goals to the fullest extent possible. His understanding of the law allows him to be proactive and efficient in building a strong case on your behalf. He is committed to helping you obtain a result that protects your child's right to a healthy and productive childhood.

Child Custody In Connecticut

David Rubin has been handling complex child custody issues since 1984. He has extensive experience in all areas of these cases, including:

  • Legal custody: The decision-making power of each parent after the divorce
  • Physical custody: Where the children will live
  • Relocations: What happens with the children if you or your ex need to move
  • Visitation: The rights to and frequency of visits by non-custodial parents and relatives

He is very familiar with the importance of child custody evaluations by Family Relations Officers who work for the court or by private psychologists, particularly in cases involving substance abuse or negligent parenting. He can also help arrange psychological counseling for children and/or parents as needed.

Free Consultations. Immediate Answers.

Attorney David Rubin takes pride in his high standards of service to his clients. He will be aggressive in securing your needs and direct and consolatory in speaking with you. Call him today 203-428-4958 or send him your questions via email and he will meet with you in his Stamford or New Haven offices.

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