If you are going through a divorce, it is important to make sure that you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse spend equal quality time with your children, or at least make sure your child sees both parents (if it's safe, of course.) If you have children, you should work with an attorney who can help determine good visitation plans.
You can have a visitation schedule made by an attorney in the best interest of your children. They will consider the schedules of both parents and come up with a plan that works for both parties involved. It can also be helpful to have an attorney mediate conversations between divorcing spouses who may have trouble communicating. After all, you're going through a divorce, and it's not always easy to agree on everything. With vast experience in this area, we usually can offer ideas to work out something for both parties.
You can have an attorney enforce your visitation schedule if you need to. They can help if you or the other parent move or if any disputes arise. Your attorney can also represent you in court. It's a good idea to have a professional by your side. It may seem like something you can probably do on your own, but you can gain more out of the case by having an experienced lawyer represent you.
If you plan to move out of state or your ex-spouse is planning on moving, you need to get permission from the court before doing so. An attorney can help with this process and ensure that everything is done correctly. They can also help if there are any problems during the move, such as if your child cannot visit you as often as they should.
Schank Family Law is experienced in helping people develop a plan for visitation. Contact us today to take out the excess "overwhelm" for you.
Founded on the belief that every family is different, we can help you create a plan that works best for your needs. Sometimes a lot of the issue is miscommunication and the inability to create the perfect schedule that works for everyone. As professionals in this area, we can make this easier for you.
Having a good routine is important for everyone, but especially for children. A divorce can be difficult for kids, but trying to be consistent with their routine helps them adapt to the change better. We are here to help you get there, even if it seems impossible at the moment.
Contact us to learn about how we can help you navigate things to make them more accessible with a schedule. We will be by your side through the entire process.