Ensuring Your Child's Basic Needs Are Met

Aug 23, 2018
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Welcome to the Law Office of Stanley E. Robison, Jr, a trusted name in the legal industry. Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to helping parents ensure that their child's basic needs are met, regardless of their geographical location.

Why It Matters

When it comes to child custody cases, the well-being of the child is paramount. It is crucial for parents to understand that distance should not be a barrier to meeting the basic needs of their children. Our dedicated team understands the complexities involved in long-distance parenting and can provide invaluable guidance throughout the legal process.

Understanding Basic Needs

Children have certain needs that must be met in order for them to thrive and develop properly. These needs include:

  • Physical Needs: Ensuring access to nutritious food, proper clothing, and a safe living environment.
  • Emotional Needs: Providing love, support, and a stable emotional environment.
  • Social Needs: Encouraging healthy social interactions and nurturing positive relationships.
  • Educational Needs: Facilitating access to quality education and supporting educational growth.
  • Medical Needs: Ensuring access to necessary healthcare and regular medical check-ups.

The Impact of Distance

Living far away from your child can present unique challenges in meeting these basic needs. However, with effective planning and legal support, it is possible to ensure your child's well-being, regardless of the distance. Our team has extensive experience in handling cases involving long-distance parenting and can help you navigate the legal system to protect your child's best interests.

Creating a Parenting Plan

One of the key ways to ensure your child's basic needs are met is by establishing a comprehensive parenting plan. A parenting plan outlines the responsibilities and rights of each parent, taking into account the unique circumstances of a long-distance arrangement.

1. Custody and Visitation Schedule: Developing a detailed schedule that allows for regular and meaningful contact between the child and the non-custodial parent, taking into account travel and holidays.

2. Communication: Setting guidelines for frequent communication between both parents, such as video calls, phone calls, and emails, to maintain a strong parent-child relationship.

3. Travel Arrangements: Agreeing on transportation arrangements for visitation, including responsibilities for costs and coordination.

4. Decision-Making: Determining how major decisions regarding the child's education, healthcare, and extracurricular activities will be made, involving both parents in the process.

Legal Assistance

While it is possible to create a parenting plan without legal assistance, having a professional advocate on your side can provide valuable insights and ensure the plan is legally sound. At the Law Office of Stanley E. Robison, Jr, we have successfully assisted numerous clients in overcoming the challenges of long-distance parenting and securing the best outcomes for their children.

Our legal experts are well-versed in family law and have extensive experience in child custody cases. We understand the importance of addressing each child's unique needs and prioritizing their well-being. By entrusting your case to us, you can rest assured that you will have a dedicated legal team working tirelessly to protect your child's rights.


When it comes to your child's well-being, distance should never be an obstacle. At the Law Office of Stanley E. Robison, Jr, we are committed to helping you overcome the challenges of long-distance parenting and ensuring that your child's basic needs are met. Contact our legal experts today for professional advice and assistance in securing the best outcome for your child.

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Nov 11, 2023
Juan Serrano
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Oct 7, 2023