After the legal and physical custody of your children is determined by the court, an agreement regarding visitation rights must also be reached. Visitation allows the non-custodial parent (who was not awarded custody) to have continued contact with the children. The Henderson visitation lawyers at the McDonald Law Offices have successfully handled 200+ family law cases and understand the intricacies of child custody and visitation agreements.
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The right of the non-custodial parent to visit his or her children
The specific times of visitation
Other terms agreed upon, such as supervision or the visitation rights of extended family members
If the court ordered a visitation agreement, but your former spouse is not honoring the agreement, you can contest this violation of your parental rights. If the court determines that you have been wrongfully deprived of your rights, additional visits will be awarded to make up for those lost.
If the custodial parent continues to violate your visitation rights after a court has ordered these additional visits, he or she may be found guilty of contempt – a charge that could lead to jail time. The courts take visitation agreements seriously, but that does not mean they will be on your side. You need the advocacy of the McDonald Law Offices.
When it comes to fighting for your relationship with your children, you deserve the very best. The Henderson visitation attorneys at the McDonald Law Offices are committed to helping secure outcomes that are in the best interest of our clients. We will never treat you like a number. Get the counsel you deserve by calling our highly respected team at (702) 850-8004 today!