Child Visitation, Parenting Time Scheduling and More
Child custody can be one of the most emotionally contentious aspects of any divorce. However, the courts will always attempt to reach a resolution that serves the best interests of the child. One major factor that the court will take into consideration is preserving a child’s relationship with both parents, even if one parent is only granted limited visitation rights.
At Kennedy Law Associates, our Charlotte visitation attorneys provide understanding and compassionate representation for parents who are going through a divorce. Whether you are seeking full custody rights or wish to assert your rights to visitation, we are here to help serve your interests as well as the interests of your child.
If only one parent is granted physical and legal child custody, the courts will often try to come up with a visitation plan for the noncustodial parent. Unless a parent is considered to be unfit, or if there is a history of domestic violence, the court will do everything in its power to ensure that a child has a relationship with both parents. Even if the parent-child relationship has been less than ideal, the court may still allow for supervised visitation. Our North Carolina family law attorneys can explain in further detail how this process works.
Working to Find Solutions Everyone Can Agree Upon
Because custody issues can be so emotional, the legal team at Kennedy Law Associates will work to find a resolution that everyone can agree upon. Whenever possible, we will seek to avoid the adversarial courtroom process and work with parties through mediation or collaborative law. However, if litigation is the only option, then we are prepared to help you assert your parental rights.
Our Union County Attorneys Handle Child Visitation Schedules
If you are going through a divorce and need assistance with child visitation schedules or a parenting plan, we can help. Contact our Charlotte visitation lawyers online or call 704-512-0619 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your situation.