Visitation Schedules & Agreements
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If you did not win full or primary child custody following your divorce, you will not be able to see your child whenever you wish. You will instead need to adhere to a visitation schedule approved by the court. Make certain it is fair to your needs as a parent by working with The Clark Law Firm.
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We would be happy to tell you more about your visitation rights as a divorced parent. All you need to do is contact us online, tell us what is going on, and someone from our team will get back to you as soon as possible.
How Visitation Schedules are Decided
In an ideal situation, you and your ex-spouse will work together to create a visitation schedule that considers both your best interests. If this is possible, you should still hand a copy of the agreement to your attorney for review before signing it. The more likely scenario is that you will be in contest with your ex-spouse regarding when it is and is not acceptable for you to see your child. When cooperation is not likely, the court will ultimately need to decide for you following a hearing.
Factors the court will consider when deciding on a visitation schedule are:
- Work schedule of both parents
- School schedule of all children
- Holidays celebrated by the family
- Child’s wishes, if a teenager
As with all matters in family court, your child’s best interests come first and foremost in a visitation case. Keep this in mind as you work on or propose a schedule. If anything would be an inconvenience for your child, the plan could be turned down by the court and sent for revisions. Working with a lawyer upfront can help avoid this trouble.
Dial (817) 435-4970 for Compassionate Legal Support
Our Fort Worth family lawyers want to be the legal team that helps you remove the stress from your visitation agreement while also working towards an amicable solution that works for everyone. With our cooperative approach to family law cases, we hope to avoid any conflicts, speeding up the process as a whole, which also can save you money in court costs. Learn more about our services and your legal options during a free case evaluation that you can request by contacting us online.