8 May 2013 0 Comments

Visitation Agreement Rights

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I don’t know how many times I have heard, “I want to see my children more” – during or after divorce proceedings.

Some of the most contested issues of a divorce are child custody and visitation.  Every parent has the right to visit with his or her children – unless a formal court ruling prohibits them from doing so.

Ultimately, the best interests of the children are the major concerns during a divorce, which includes both parents playing a significant role in their raising.

Visitation rights are a very important part of the parenting plan.  As a parent, it’s only natural you want to do what is best for your child, especially during this stressful time.  It would be wonderful if visitation rights could be easily agreed upon between the divorcing couple, but unfortunately, this is not always the case.

If the custodial parent is keeping you from seeing your children, you would be wise to contact an experienced Riverside Family Law attorney.  Don’t let your ex take the law into his or her own hands by denying you visitation.

In many cases, even though visitation is granted, the parent with physical custody will make it difficult for the other parent to see their children.  Whether you are in the process of going through a divorce or attempting to modify your visitation guidelines, contact the law office of Holstrom, Sissung, Marks & Anderson; we can help you create workable visitation arrangements and resolve any family disputes.

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