One of the most important aspects of a divorce is the desire for the noncustodial parent to spend time with their child. This right to see his or her children is one of the most important rights that are decided during divorce proceedings.
We approach visitation and visitation enforcement law by balancing the needs of the child with the needs of our client. Once the child’s best interests and the valid interests of the other parent are identified, we work aggressively to meet our client’s full visitation goals.
A successful resolution to visitation and enforcement challenges requires knowledge and experience investigating, negotiating and litigating family law disputes.
Our team includes certified mediators who are highly skilled in advocating for clients’ rights in a range of dispute-resolution settings, as well as experienced litigators who have handled numerous courtroom trials.
We use a range of experts when advocating for clients’ interests and their children’s interests, including child development experts. We work with parents on both sides of visitation and visitation enforcement cases.
In addition, we work with a certified divorce financial planning expert when handling child support enforcement cases to ensure that the divorcing parent has the ability to take care of their child after the divorce is finalized.