Establishing legal visitation rights is imperative when families do not live as a single unit. Typically, one parent is deemed the primary residential majority parent (the parent with whom the child primarily lives) and the other parent is given visitation rights called “parenting time.” In many other cases, parents share parenting time, equally or 50/50.
While adequate parenting time with both parents is usually ideal for children, child visitation time can be curtailed, restricted or supervised if there is evidence that a parent has placed the child in imminent danger physically, emotionally or developmentally. In such cases, swift action must be taken to protect a child. There is a procedure in such situations for an emergency motion.
Whether you need help enforcing your parenting or custody rights (including, father visitation rights and grandparent visitation rights) or need to restrict an unfit parent’s time with your child, Gordon N. Shayne is here for you. He understands domestic relations law and knows what it takes to be an effective advocate at every level of the legal system.
Contact Gordon N. Shayne for Help with Child Visitation Issues
Gordon N. Shayne has over 30 years of experience helping families through difficult times. He understands the importance of protecting parenting rights and responsibilities and will fight for the best interests of your child in all matters of custody.
When you need swift and experienced legal representation, contact Gordon N. Shayne. Gordon will provide you with the advice and support you need to make informed decisions for your future and the future of your children.
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