Seeking Child Visitation Rights?
Call Our Santa Maria Divorce Attorney
If you are considering
divorce and are concerned about being able to see your children regularly, speak
to our legal team at the
Law Offices of R. Morgan Holland, L.C. If you and your spouse cannot come to an agreement regarding
child custody or a visitation schedule, a judge will have to make the final decision,
which will always be done with the child's best interest in mind.
While a judge can make a parenting plan for your family, a schedule created
by you and your former spouse is more ideal because no one knows your
family's needs and dynamic better than you.
When creating a child visitation schedule, it is important to factor in
- School vacation time
- Unexpected days off school
- Future needs as the child grows older
Our San Luis Obispo divorce lawyer can help you draft a favorable visitation
schedule and present it before a court for approval. Parents can opt to
either have a flexible visitation schedule, which can be subject to changes
at the discretion of either parents, or a fixed schedule where visitation
dates and times are set.
28+ Years of Advocacy in San Luis Obispo
Our law firm has
assisted thousands of families through even the most complex legal matters and the most challenging child
visitation agreements. This experience and exposure to a wide range of
legal cases has given us a well-versed insight into how to effectively
and quickly resolve any family law issue. When we say our clients are
our top priority, we truly mean it.
Should you choose to turn to our firm for legal guidance, you may benefit
from the following:
- 28+ years of legal experience
- Tailored, results-driven strategies to accommodate your needs
- Committed legal advocacy from a respected and trustworthy lawyer
You may be experiencing difficulties with visitation. This very often demonstrates
itself when the other parent who is over controlling of the child and
uses your time with your child as a tool to control you. At the Law Offices
of R. Morgan Holland, L.C. we understand that your time with your child
is limited. Once your child is grown, it is too late to get that time
back. It has been our experience that the courts are understanding and
responsive to this situation. We have helped many parents to get assistance
from the court that puts you back in charge of your time with your child.
Have more questions?
to discuss your child visitation matter. We would be happy to meet with you for 30 minutes to provide you with
more information during a
free case consult.