At the heart of every visitation matter lies the critical importance of parent-child relationships. Every responsible parent wants to spend consistent time with his or her children, and every family court is charged with making decisions that support the best interests of kids.
In most cases, the problem is that parenting time needs to be divided between two parents who may disagree on how time should be divided and/or how child custody should be structured. Visitation matters can come into play during a divorce or in a case involving parents who were never married.
If you need legal advice regarding visitation or custody of your children, our firm can help. We have advocated for and protected the legal rights of many of our clients and their children.
Negotiating Child Visitation Arrangements | Dealing With Conflict
At Weisberg & Weisberg, PLLC, based in Newport News , Virginia, our experienced attorneys know the laws that address visitation and parenting time. We also understand the complex emotional and relational dynamics that can enter the picture when visitation is being negotiated or argued about. We can answer your questions about:
- The relationship between custody and child support
- The rights of custodial and noncustodial parents
- Fathers’ rights and the rights of nonparents
- Modifying existing custody and visitation orders
- Contested family law matters such as custody battles
- Military divorce cases