Visitation Agreement Lawyers in New York
In a New York divorce, visitation rights will typically depend upon the
child custody arrangement. When parents have joint
physical custody, visitation is not an issue as the child or children will live with both parents. When one parent has sole custody, however, the non-custodial parent will have visitation rights. There is no set rule regarding visitation, and the terms or schedule of visitation may be determined by the parents, or if they cannot agree, by the Court.
Working with an attorney on every aspect of your divorce, particularly issues involving your child or children, can help your case in many ways. If your divorce is contested or
uncontested, these issues will still come up and will need to be resolved. An experienced New York divorce lawyer can help you determine a visitation schedule and visitation rights that will work best for you and for your child.
At the Law Offices of Brian D. Perskin, our legal team has over forty years of collective experience in dealing with divorce cases in New York. With offices in New York City and Brooklyn, we help families throughout Bronx, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and New York. If you are trying to work out visitation rights for your divorce, or if you are already divorced and are trying to get or change visitation rights – a lawyer at our firm may be able to help.
Visitation: How an Attorney Can Help
There are many aspects of visitation rights which can be complex. If you are the non-custodial parent, the custodial parent or even a grandparent, an attorney can help you regarding visitation to your child or grandchild. These issues are very sensitive, and thus it is crucial to work with an attorney who is compassionate as well as knowledgeable and aggressive in order to help you get the outcome you desire.
An attorney at the Law Offices of Brian D. Perskin can help if you are:
- A grandparent seeking visitation rights with your grandchild or grandchildren
- A non-custodial parent looking to obtain visitation rights with your child
- A custodial parent seeking to deny visitation for the safety or wellbeing of your child
- A parent going through a divorce
- A custodial or non-custodial parent looking to change the current visitation schedule or rights
To learn more about visitation agreements or to secure the help of an attorney from our firm, please contact our office today!