The issue of custody is likely the most emotional step in any divorce. If you are currently dissatisfied with your visitation arrangement and want to see your child more often, you may be able to negotiate for a more favorable visitation agreement. Your child deserves your consistent involvement as a parent and the attorneys at Moyer Law, PC want to help you make that happen.
Contact us at (401) 305-2934 for professional assistance with your visitation case.
When negotiating visitation, you and your divorcing spouse may come to an agreement about parenting time and present it to the court for approval. If you cannot come to an agreement, however, the court will be able to decide for you.
Your options for visitation arrangements include:
- Fixed visitation: With this plan, the non-custodial parent has a set schedule of days they can see their child.
- Reasonable visitation: A reasonable visitation order is less strict because it permits the parents to change the days and times of the visits as they see fit.
- Supervised visitation: Requires the supervision of the custodial parent, a designated adult that they know personally, or an appointed agent. This situation is beneficial when there is uncertainty about the mental health of the non-custodial parent, whether by substance abuse or mental illness.
- Zero visitation: A "no visitation" order would only result if the court reasonably believed that visitation would harm the child. Such an extreme reaction would have to be supported by substantial evidence of emotional or physical danger.
Choose Moyer Law, PC
At Moyer Law, PC, our attorneys have more than 20 years of experience working with thousands of clients in Warwick and Providence. We understand that child custody cases weigh heavily on the hearts and minds of our clients. In appreciation of this reality, we have honed the art of providing aggressive yet empathetic representation to help families efficiently resolve their custody and visitation issues.
Our attorneys can use their decades of experience in drafting and negotiating visitation agreements to help you reach your goals. The interest of your child will always take the highest priority, but we will work tirelessly to protect your parental interests.
If you want to better understand how to fight for visitation rights, call our attorneys today at (401) 305-2934.
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