Experienced Custody and Visitation Attorney Helping Essex County Families

Protecting children from the arguments and tension between parents is one of our main goals at the Law Office of Henry Lebensbaum. Divorce causes chaos and stress in the lives of children when their parents are embroiled in a bitter divorce. We believe that the process of determining custody of your child must be approached carefully and thoroughly, as these decisions will impact their quality of life.

We Care About Your Child’s Well-Being

At the Law Office of Henry Lebensbaum, we do not support the practice of using children as pawns to gain an advantage in a dispute. Appearing before a judge is costly and can often yield unsatisfying results. When you enter a family law courtroom, you no longer have control over the decision-making process that impacts the future of your children. This is why our firm strives to resolve custody and visitation disputes outside of the courtroom.


Instead of the expensive and often overly-stressful courtroom appearance, mediation provides an opportunity for you to take control and even cultivate a more civil relationship with the other parent. This spirit of cooperation helps to prevent many future problems and reduces the likelihood of returning to court. Respect and common understanding are much more effective in providing a calmer and more peaceful life for your children.

Prepared to Fight on Your Behalf

While we believe that negotiation is in the best interests of the children, we are always prepared and equipped to litigate child custody and parenting plan disputes in a court of law. Our priorities in the courtroom are to make sure your voice and perspective are clearly represented and to successfully advocate for the best interests of your children.

The Law Office Of Henry Lebensbaum helps clients in Lawrence and throughout Essex County address custody and visitation matters. Call us today at (978) 749-3606 to schedule a consultation with a thoughtful and dedicated custody and visitation law attorney.