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San Marcos Parental Rights Attorneys

Family law issues involving children often come down to two fundamental concerns: the best interests of the child and parental rights. At Scanio & Scanio, A Professional Corporation, we have a great deal of experience addressing the legal and practical aspects of child-related issues such as:

  • Child possession (custody) and child support for unmarried parents or parents approaching divorce
  • Stepparent adoption
  • Private adoption
  • Fathers' rights
  • Mothers' rights
  • Grandparents' rights

Whatever your family's area of concern, our family law attorneys are prepared to educate you about your rights while pursuing your objective. We can represent you in an appropriate Suit Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship (SAPCR). Do you seek a custody modification because of military deployment? Do you wonder how to terminate parental rights of an absentee parent as you seek to formalize a stepparenting relationship through adoption? Are you a grandparent raising your grandchildren and wondering how to get the authority you need to take better care of the children?

As experienced and dedicated lawyers serving parents and children in legal areas such as those listed above, we welcome your inquiry. Learn how we can help you protect your rights as a parent while you endeavor to provide and protect a stable family life for your children.

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Call Or Email Our San Marcos Parental Rights Lawyers

Phone our central Texas law offices at 512-212-9911 or email us to learn what we offer in the area of counsel and representation in child-related family law matters such as custody, adoption or paternity.

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Scanio & Scanio
A Professional Corporation

144 East San Antonio
San Marcos, TX 78666
Phone: 512-212-9911

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