Child Visitation Rights

Children need both parents actively involved in their lives. It’s been established through several  research studies that children who have a close relationship with both their mother and their father do better in school and tend to succeed more than children who do not bond with both parents. This is why child visitation rights are an important part of your custody matter.

It’s important that every parent get the chance to bond with their child regardless of whether they can afford a high-priced private attorney. We work with moms and dads just like you who want to do the right thing by their child but might not have the thousands of dollars necessary to secure a private lawyer.

At National Family Solutions, we can help you set up a visitation agreement that will allow both of the parents to play an active part in their child’s life. There are a variety of different ways to set up a proper child visitation schedule that fits both parents’ schedules as well as the child’s needs. By looking at your particular situation, you will be able to choose the schedule that best fits your needs.

For example, you might choose to adhere to the traditional schedule of one parent having the child most days during the week and every other weekend while the other parent has the child one night per week plus every other weekend. Unfortunately, this leads to the non-primary parent going a full week without seeing him or her twice per month. Some parents decide to have their children on alternating weeks. Others come up with a less conventional plan that works for their specific needs.

If you have never established a visitation schedule before and would like to do so, we can help you.  If you are needing help with a modification since you already have an order set in place, we can help you with that as well. National Family Solutions advocates for mothers and fathers who want to proceed with the best interest of their child in mind.

Parents are not the only ones who are entitled to child visitation rights, however: Grandparents may also request child visitation rights to spend time with their grandchildren. The specifics depend on their state and circumstances. If you are a grandparent who needs help because your grandchild’s parent won’t let you be involved, call us and we will let you know how we can help.

In cases where the schedules are not being adhered to, it is important to seek out visitation enforcement to get the time that you and your child deserve together. Providing help with visiting rights is what we do best, so contact us or call 1-866-863-9540 to see how we can help today!

Our Take on Child Visitation Rights

We offer a program that will assist you with establishing or modifying your child visitation rights. We can also help you to enforce previously established visitation orders if your ex is not abiding by the order. If you are not in the position to hire an attorney from start to finish, our family advocacy services are a very affordable alternative solution. We have experts that are ready to help you with child visitation rights or whatever else your needs may be. Take a look at all of the programs that we have to offer. While child visitation rights may sometimes be complex, we can help you accomplish your goals.

Our Comprehensive Child Visitation Rights Programs

  • Visitation Establishment and Modification: Whether you are in the beginning stages of developing a parenting plan or you already have a visitation schedule but need to make changes, we can help.
  • Grandparents’ Right to Visitation: In some states, grandparents have the right to visit their grandchildren, even if their own child has lost custody. National Family Solutions can tell you about the laws in your state and let you know if we can help.
  • Visitation Enforcement: If your child’s other parent is going against the custody agreement, we can help you enforce visitation without spending thousands of dollars on a private attorney.
  • Nationwide Legal Services: We advocate for mothers, fathers, and grandparents in all states. When you contact us, we will be able to set you up with a contact person who can help you with your case and who is familiar with the laws in your state.
  • Aggressive and Convincing Decrees: We can help you pursue the decree that will keep your child visitation rights and the rights of your child intact.

Remember, child visitation rights are not only about your rights but your child’s as well. Your child has the right to see and spend time with both parents. If one parent is attempting to keep the other parent from seeing and bonding with their child, that is violating the child’s rights to create a strong, lasting relationship.

In some cases, child visitation needs to be supervised. If you are concerned that your child’s other parent cannot provide a safe place or is not fit to be with your child unsupervised, you can request supervised visitation. If you are a parent who has been awarded only supervised visitation, use that time to the best of your ability to bond with your child.

Child custody can be a difficult, emotional topic. You need someone on your side who can help you see the situation in front of you and pursue a solution that is fair for everyone and meets your child’s best interests. Contact National Family Solutions today to find out how we can help you achieve your child custody goals. The call is free. Contact us today.

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