Fields and Dennis, LLP knows there is never a ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution to family law matters. Each case is different and requires sensitive and sympathetic attention along with innovative and often multi-faceted solutions. However, one aspect of family law does remain constant — children are the most impacted by a divorce. Children are the most important concern, and often times they are not adequately represented or heard.
We are excited to share that Attorney Andrea DeLaney has become involved with the Attorneys Representing Children (ARC) program in the Norfolk County Probate Court. ARC gives a voice to children in high-conflict custody cases and acts as their advocate.
Attorney DeLaney has been trained and certified. She now volunteers her time and services to this worthwhile program, which assists in matters involving divorce, paternity, custody and visitation, giving the child a voice.
The best interests of the children should always be the priority. As a volunteer lawyer for ARC, Attorney Delaney will work to ensure the best outcome for the child is pursued, allowing the child to have a voice in the process, as well as give the court some guidance in making these difficult custody decisions.
ARC is made possible by the Norfolk County Probate and Family Court, along with the Norfolk Bar Association. Attorney DeLaney is honored to be a part of this valuable program and is looking forward to working on many more cases involving the best interests of children.