In a custody case, child visitation is a hot button issue. It is essential for the child visitation agreement be set up in order to protect the best interests of the children involved, however, it is not always clear what visitation schedule meets those needs.
In the State of Florida, there are many factors that are considered when formulating a child visitation schedule. The primary concern is the the children's relationship with the non-custodial parent is kept intact, and ensuring that the children have regular contact and interaction with that parent. In extreme cases, such as in the case of domestic violence, the court may interfere with visitation.
At Segarra & Associates, P.A., we are committed to protecting the best interests of your children. We understand how emotionally draining visitation issues can be, and we represent both primary custodial parents and non-custodial parents in visitation issues. Whether you are the custodial parent and believe that visitation should be limited or revoked in order to protect the safety of your children, or you are the non-custodial parent and wish to protect your rights to visit, interact with your children and preserve your relationship with your children, we can help.
We will provide you with the legal edge you need to present the court with the information and documentation required to support your case, and will help you to communicate to the court what you believe to be in the best interests of your children.
Contact us for a free consultation regarding your visitation case. We are committed to giving your case our full attention and are available now to speak with you. Call us today. (305) 742-5042.