Is Withholding Visitation Against The Law?

What You Should Know About Visitation Rights and the Law When parents divorce or end their relationship, they work hard to gain custody or visitation rights with their children and the last thing they want is for something, or someone, to prevent them from seeing the children. In...

Preserving Family Traditions Through Proper Visitation Scheduling

Be Creative with Visitation During the Holiday Season Even in the most amicable divorces, there will inevitably be disputes over property, finances, and child custody. In primary custody arrangements, visitation schedules can sometimes make the holiday season a tricky one – both...
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Lawyers Can Fix Bad Child Visitation Agreements

A child visitation schedule, also called a parenting plan, serves as a calendar for parents to follow regarding responsibility for their children. This schedule is particularly important for parents who share physical custody of their children. A child visitation lawyer helps...

What are Normal Child Visitation Rights during a Divorce?

How Much Visitation Time is Considered “Normal” or “Average?” Going through a divorce is a difficult process and this is only made more emotional and more stressful when children are involved. When a couple decides to end their marriage and they have children, they must decide...

A Divorced Father’s Visitation Rights

The word “divorce” conjures up negative thoughts that may include loss of child custody. Fathers and custody in divorce have not gone hand-in-hand in the past. Though more fathers are receiving custody, many still are not. There is an alternative called visitation that fathers...

Fighting for Child Visitation

When one parent is provided full custody of a child during a divorce, the other parent usually receives visitation rights. Some couples may come to a mutually-agreeable decision regarding visitation but others engage in an all-out war, forcing a judge to make the decision....

Is It Illegal to Defy a Visitation Order?

Abusing Visitation Rights When a couple goes through a divorce, one of the hardest things they often deal with is custody of a child. Chances are, one of the parents will lose the ability to be with their child every day, and this can often lead to feelings of contention and...

Methods For Determining Child Visitation

Parents who exercise their child visitation rights often expect a particular outcome. If their expectations are realistic, the outcome may not be a surprise. However, if they expect to see their children every day, they may be very disappointed. This leads to the question of how...

How To Handle Overnight Visitation

Having primary custody of a child is not without its struggles. Adjusting to life as a primary caregiver can take some time and then there is the child visitation granted to the non-custodial parent. The visitation agreement may include overnight visitation stays, which can leave...

Battling for Child Visitation

A visitation agreement specifies the amount of time that each parent will spend with his or her children following a divorce or end of the relationship. A visitation schedule is considered fair when the needs of each parent are met. Many parents go through the process only to...
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