Agree on Suitable Visitation Rights for You and Your Ex-Spouse
Generally, courts favor that parents decide on a parenting and visitation schedule for their children when going through a divorce. If both parents are in agreement on visitation rights, they can come up with a schedule that they will have to submit to the court for approval. If the visitation schedule is suitable for both parents and their children, the court will approve it in most cases. If you are planning to discuss visitation rights with your ex-spouse, it is time you get in touch with us. Our experienced visitation rights attorneys will provide you the legal counsel and guidance you need.
The parent who has primary custody of the kids will have a major say with regards to visitation rights. The parent is required to be cooperative, or else the court can enforce the visitation schedule suggested by their partner. Over time, the needs of your children will change as well, including education or relocation. In that case, deciding on optimal visitation rights is important. The rights may have to be amended with time, due to changes in circumstances. Incorporating all potential changes in the initial visitation rights agreement is important to prevent any issues or friction.
- The visitation rights may outline
- The frequency of visits with the parent who doesn’t have primary custody
- The responsibility to pick up children from school or other events
- The time and place where the parent will meet the children
Considering all these matters is important and therefore, you need to get in touch with an experienced visitation rights attorney immediately.
Trust your case to an expert in family law. Call Matthew Sheasby, Attorney at Law, at (909) 922-2543 to discuss your case.