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Phoenix Arizona Mother's Rights Attorney Ronald V. Thomas believes that usually mothers and their children have a special bond that is the result of both biology and the greater amounts of time many mothers spend with their children. Mr. Thomas realizes that a mother facing a custody battle is typically frightened at the possibility of losing her children, even though that is in many cases far from the eventual reality. Nevertheless, Mr. Thomas does not believe in taking chances. Thus, Phoenix Mother's Rights attorney Ronald V. Thomas will put his full resources into your case.
He will learn all he possibly can about you, your children, your situation, and your desires, so that he can zealously and effectively advocate for you inside and outside the courtroom. Mr. Thomas is frequently described as empathetic but tough at the same time. Any mother in Arizona who is in a custody battle or expects to be in one soon, should consult with Mr. Thomas to devise an effective strategy for handling various matters that may have legal consequences in an Arizona custody case.
If you are a mother facing an Arizona custody battle, Mr. Thomas stands ready to assist you with your case. Whether you live or work in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Glendale, Tempe, Mesa, Anthem, Surprise, Chandler, Goodyear, or any other Maricopa County city, we have a convenient location for you to meet with Mr. Thomas. Please call our office today for more information on how Mr. Thomas can assist you with an Arizona custody case that has been filed against you or that you need to file against your child's other parent. If your case is or will be filed in any Maricopa County Superior Court location, Arizona divorce attorney Ronald V. Thomas is available to assist you.
Thomas Law Office, PLC. 11811 N. Tatum Blvd. Ste. 3031 Phoenix, Arizona 85028 Phone: (602) 788-1395 Hours: 10:00 to 5:00 M-F Email Us
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