When spouses with children decide to divorce or legally separate, the issues of child custody and visitation will have to be addressed. When a spouse is awarded full custody, where the child or children permanently live with one of the parents, the other parent is entitled to visitation in order to spend time and be in their child's life, as they grow older.
If you or a loved one is facing divorce, and need help with any of the various matters that must be addressed, it is in your best interests to hire a skilled Glen Burnie family lawyer to help inform you of your legal rights and the options you have in your particular circumstances.
Once the child custody and visitation agreements have been worked out, it isn't guaranteed that the custodial parent will follow the agreement, which can also create the need for legal intervention. If you aren't being allowed to see your child, or there is parental alienation occurring, you have the right to fight for what is fair and or to enforce the existing court orders and divorce decree. If the custodial parent does not allow the parent with rights to visitation to see the child, they are in violation and you can take action.
Unlike larger law firms, I can provide one on one attention to my clients. You will never be passed off to an assistant or paralegal. I will fight for the most favorable result in your case based on your goals and best interests. My belief and the way the legal system is set up, is that children who spend time with both parents benefit the most, and I am passionate about making sure that parents can remain parents, even after a life changing event like divorce. If you need help, I am prepared to provide the highest level of representation from start to finish, in and out of the courtroom.
Contact a Glen Burnie Visitation Attorney now for help with any matters relating to parental visitation.