Salt Lake City Child Visitation Rights
What you can do to receive the child visitation custody you want:
In situations where the court awards primary custody to one parent, it is customary for the noncustodial parent to receive child visitation rights. Often referred to as parent time, a visitation schedule will need to be established and approved by the court. You may be faced with a request for supervised visitation. We have successfully argued that supervised visitation orders should not be made against our clients in several cases.
At Christensen Law, we work with custodial and noncustodial parents to develop parent-time schedules that protect the relationship of the children with both parents. However, when the parties cannot agree, it is important to understand what a court will consider in making a parent time schedule.
Our attorneys have over 35 years of combined experience handling all types of issues related to child visitation, including the negotiation and enforcement of visitation schedules and resolving disputes over whether supervised visitation is required. In every case, our focus is on protecting our client’s parental rights and ensuring that the best interests of the child are accommodated.
If you have any questions about your case call us now at 801-303-5800 or email us at email@example.com so you can find out about your case. Feel free to set up an appointment so we can help you receive the settlement you deserve. For our records, when you call in please mention the code 15-R so we can schedule a free 30 minute consultation for you.