9 November 2011 0 Comments

Child visitation rights

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Some of the most contested issues of a divorce involve child visitation rights.  Both parents want custody of their child and they fight for the right, which leads to an emotionally charged legal battle.  When the parents cannot come to an agreement, the court will decide for them.

When the court decides on custody and visitation rights, they are legally binding.  The court determines them by considering the best interests of the child and what role each parent will play in the raising of the child.  When the couple argues about all matters, the parent with physical custody can make it difficult for the other parent to see their child.

Whether you are currently in the process of going through divorce proceedings or fighting to enforce the court-approved visitation schedule, contact a skilled and caring Riverside Family Law attorney who can answer any questions you have regarding visitation of your child and your legal rights.

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