Co-parenting can sometimes be great. At other times, it can be tough.
In an ideal world, divorcing or separating parents would be able to set aside their differences and decide, together, what custody options are best for their kid or kids. Sadly, the world’s not always perfect and parents don’t always see eye to eye.
If your family dynamics are changing, you’re bound to have a lot of questions. What are the child custody laws in Wyoming? How do the courts determine custody? Is there an easy way to stay out of court? When tough times hit, you need a lawyer who can answer those questions for you. Michael Stulken is that lawyer.
With every child custody case, he advocates for the rights of his client, while also working for the best interests of their children. If you have questions regarding custody, visitation, or child support, contact Stulken Law.
Stulken Law Office 400 S. Gillette Ave. Suite 105 (307) 871-0348