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Working through visitation issues during the divorce process

Missouri couples going through a divorce understand how emotionally complex the situation may be, especially when facing difficult visitation issues. Parents have many concerns during this difficult process, but some of the most important concerns often regard visitation issues and child custody. Fortunately, these concerns can be alleviated when you have the assistance of an attorney experienced in complex custody ordeals. 

Visitation pertains to parenting time. We understand that you want to spend as much time as possible with your child, and we are committed to protecting the rights of Missouri parents. Through litigation or negotiation, we can help you reach a visitation agreement that protects both your rights and the best interests of your children.

Visitation, or parenting time, will be based on the child custody decree. If you do not have primary or residential custody of your child, you still have the right to parenting time that allows you an active role in the life of your child. Visitation schedules will determine issues such as which parent will pick up the kids from school and where the children will spend the holidays. These are important issues that will have a major impact on your family. Reach out to an experienced attorney  who will seek the best results for you.

We provide the strong approach you need to successfully navigate the complicated process of a divorce. It is important for Missouri parents to remember that they have the right to seek legal counsel to resolve custody and visitation issues, even if the two parents are amicable. Get more information here regarding visitation and other divorce topics.

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