If you are entering into a divorce and you know that you will not be made the custodial parent, then it is important that you recognize where the law stands in regards to visitation rights. Courts are often required to grant the noncustodial parent reasonable visitation rights – the only circumstances in which it would be deemed appropriate to not grant these rights would be in circumstances where the court has reasonable grounds to believe that such visitation would be detrimental to the child and would not be operating in their best interests.
Still, circumstances where visitation rights are not granted are rare as courts strongly believe that “frequent and continuing contact” is beneficial to children and thus looks for ways to provide the child with ways to stay in contact with their parents. For this reason, if you are looking to gain visitation rights to your child, it is important that you do not hesitate to get the involvement of our Attorney’s who have extensive experience in Family Law and Adoption and Visitation Negotiations as soon as possible.
At the Law Offices of Jospeh M. Corey, PA, we know how important it is to come up with a fair visitation plan. Should you choose to work with our law firm, you will be able to be confident knowing that we will use our passion and experience on your behalf.
Contact us today to learn more about your Visitations Rights and get a FREE CONSULTATION.