Diagnosis and treatment for attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder has become increasingly controversial. In the context of your divorce, dissolution, support, or child custody matter, it may have a bearing on the overall outcome.
If you, your spouse, or your child has been diagnosed with attention deficit or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, it is important that your attorney understand the diagnosis and how it can affect your proceedings. If the disorder has interfered with yours or your spouse’s ability to maintain employment, it may affect issues of support. If your child has the disorder, then it may be necessary to make certain considerations in the context of shared parenting or sole custody or in terms of the parenting time strategy you employ.
If you are contemplating a divorce or dissolution or have parenting or support issues to address and you, your spouse, or a child has attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, it is important to retain the services of an attorney who understands the issues related to this disorder and how to apply them in your case.
The attorneys at Edward F. Whipps & Associates have over 30 years of experience in handling cases that involve either adults or children who have, or who are suspected of having, an attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. They can give you sound, intelligent, and competent counsel in finding the best approach to your case.
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