When the parents of a child split up, there are many factors that automatically come into play. Who will provide financial support for the child? Who will the child live with? Where will the child attend school? And of course, will the child be able to see and communicate with the other parent? Visitation is often a big concern when it comes to custody cases. Our law firm has seen just about scenario. The good news is that most parents want to be in their child’s life and will sacrifice whatever it takes to do so. The bad news, not all parents make great choices in life and sometimes visitation needs to be restricted, supervised, and in rare cases, denied.
I have personally seen many visitation rights cases myself, and being the child of divorced parents, I can empathize with everyone involved, especially the child. Our main job at The Law Offices of Stephanie L. Mahdavi is to keep the child’s best interest in mind and act accordingly. Emotions run high during these proceedings, so we take a calculated approach to remedying the situation. Our attorneys are some of the best in Thousands Oaks and Ventura County in general. If you need a visitation rights attorney, don’t hesitate to give us a call.
Establishing Custody and Visitation Rights
Parents can establish formal child custody and visitation agreements in one of two ways:
When it comes to establishing formal child custody and visitation agreements, parents can do it one of two way.
Parents can agree to terms and conditions surrounding visitation so that each parent’s schedule can accommodate the arrangement. Some states may require a court mediator to help facilitate the arrangement, while other states leave it up to the parents and their visitation rights attorneys. If there is a mutual agreement the court rarely interferes.
If both parents cannot reach an agreement on their own, the court will hold a hearing to determine a visitation schedule. However, the court is not familiar with the minute details of the case, so the schedule may not be ideal for either party.
As premiere visitation rights attorneys, my legal team at The Law Offices of Stephanie L. Mahdavi will work hard to make sure you get your fair visitation rights, as you should. Give us a call today for a free consultation.
Contact a Visitation Rights Attorney in Thousand Oaks
If you need a visitation rights attorney in Thousands Oaks, contact me, Stephanie L. Mahdavi. My team of legal professionals are effective at what they do. We have spent years handling such sensitive matters and want to represent you like you deserve. We will fight hard for not just you, but for the overall interest of your child. Give us a call today to set up a free consultation. Sometimes families break up, but he bond between parent and child is a special bond. Let us fight for you and your child and what you both deserve. Give us a call today.