Yonkers Child Visitation Attorney
Our Yonkers Lawyer Works to Prepare You and Your Family for Life After Divorce
Upon settling a
child custody agreement, you may find yourself in the position of needing to also negotiate child
visitation arrangements. Courts generally award visitation rights to the
parent who does not have physical custody of the children, except in extenuating
circumstances. For example, if a spouse has a history of domestic violence,
he or she may have difficulty attempting to receive visitation rights. Our
trustworthy and compassionate
Yonkers divorce attorney is prepared to help you negotiate all aspects of your child visitation
Visitation rights are usually granted to:
- Fathers or mothers
- Brothers and sisters
Individuals currently not allowed to receive visitation rights include:
- Aunts and uncles
- Former partners who are not the child's biological or legal parent
Discuss your case with us in a
free consultation. Call (914) 752-5333 today.
Protect Your Rights as a Parent
The court will seek to establish a pattern of visitation that promotes
the most frequent contact possible between the children and each parent.
Especially in the case where one parent is granted sole physical custody
of the children, the best arrangement for the family is often one that
provides the opportunity for positive relationships to continue to foster
between the non-custodial parent and the children. Should you feel the
need to revisit the terms of your arrangement, it is possible to do so
outside of court.
Child visitation arrangements sometimes need to be altered due to one parent's
move, a job change, or other factors that may affect the amount of quality
time he or she can spend with the children. However, if it is not possible
for you to come to an agreeable arrangement outside of court, our services
can be retained in order to represent your interests through the formal
child visitation modification proceedings. Our Yonkers visitation lawyers
are here to help you.
Call us at (914) 752-5333 for the skilled legal counsel you need.