Visitation can be a complex issue depending on the facts of the case as well as the parties’ willingness to cooperate with each other.
Visitation rights permit the non-custodial parent (the person without physical child custody) to spend reasonable time with their child. “Reasonable Visitation” rights with the child are usually granted to the parent that does not have physical custody of the child. Child visitation time schedules can be structured or set by the court as part of the child custody agreement or left to the parents to agree upon.
At Thomas Weiss & Associates, P.C., we work with our clients to create reasonable visitation schedules tailored to the appropriate situation.
While avoiding court is best, it is not always possible and we will fight for you every step of the way to enforce reasonable visitation rights.
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