Parental Visitation Rights
Ensure the Relationship Between You and Your Child is Protected
Regardless of whether you are experiencing visitation problems years after
your divorce or are currently in the throes of divorce and cannot reach
a visitation agreement with your spouse, Hogan Law Group can help. As
a parent, you are entitled to certain rights including visitation.
We understand how important your relationship is with your child, which
is why we go above and beyond to ensure said relationship is protected.
It is our priority to make sure your and your child's best interests
are safeguarded throughout the entire divorce or litigation process. We
can help ensure modifications to a pre-existing parenting plan or a new
parenting plan is fair for both spouses, as well as represents the best
interests of your child.
What affects parenting time decisions?
Parenting time, or visitation, is often granted to the non-custodial parent
to ensure they can maintain a relationship with their child. The family
court takes several factors into account prior to determining the visitation rights.
Said factors can include:
- Physical Health of Each Party
- Interaction of Your Child with Each Parent
- Wishes of You and Your Ex-Spouse
- Wishes of Your Child
- Your Child's Attachment to Their Current Location
- The Mental Health of Each Party
The court may also consider you and your ex-spouse's ability to encourage
your child to spend time with the other party. If you need to change your
parenting plan due to relocation, we can ensure the proper relocation
channels are taken by the custodial spouse, as well as ensure the non-custodial
parent is granted fair visitation rights.
St. Louis Visitation Attorney
Do not let your ex-spouse control your visitation rights. Only a court
order and modification can affect your visitation with your child. If
you believe your visitation rights are being violated, please
contact our firm as soon as possible. We can review your case, speak with you and your
child to determine any and all issues regarding visitation, and take your
case to court, if necessary. Do not jeopardize your relationship with
your child—call our firm to schedule a
free case evaluation now.