Child Custody Lawyers in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Daniel A. Selwa, Attorney at Law, is a child custody lawyer located in Surfside Beach, SC, who accepts child custody cases in Horry County, Georgetown County, and the surrounding areas.
We understand that child custody can be one of the most emotionally charged and difficult subjects in any separation or divorce and can be one of the most important issues in your divorce case.
Depending on your goals and your situation, we are here to help you:
- Preserve your family unit and help you keep custody of your children as part of your divorce proceedings,
- Ensure a reasonable visitation schedule when your former spouse will take primary custody of the children,
- Enforce your custody rights or visitation rights if your former spouse is interfering, or
- Ask the court to modify an existing child custody order based on a change in circumstances or danger to the child.
Horry County Child Custody Attorneys Who Care
People in Horry County, Myrtle Beach, and Conway, South Carolina, turn to our child custody law firm when they need someone they trust to fight for their custody rights, whether it is during their divorce proceedings or to enforce their custody or visitation rights after the divorce is final.
What makes us different?
We will answer your questions, return your phone calls and messages, and be there with you every step of the way.
More importantly, we care.
As a father of two beautiful and amazing daughters, child custody lawyer Daniel Selwa understands the love that a parent has for their children and the need that a parent has to protect and raise their children properly.
When you call our office for help with your divorce or child custody action, we will:
- Meet with you to learn about your situation,
- Answer your questions and help you determine the best path to reach your goals,
- Help you determine whether you or your spouse is most likely to be granted custody by the family court,
- Help you to draft pleadings to accomplish your goal, whether that is a divorce action asking for full custody, an action for separate support and maintenance asking for full custody, or a custody action asking the court to allow the child to live with you,
- Gather the evidence and witness testimony you will need to prove your claim,
- Locate and serve all parties with the pleadings,
- Negotiate with your former spouse or other defendants to reach an agreement as to child custody,
- Represent your interests in mandatory mediation, and
- Try your case to a family court judge if the other party does not agree to your legitimate demands for custody.