In the aftermath of a divorce, continuing to strengthen the bonds that the non-custodial parent has with his or her children can be extremely difficult. The judge who presided over your divorce will have made a parenting plan with you and your former spouse in order to make sure the basic needs of your child are met and that both of you are able to continue co-parenting your child. However, in many cases, once the case is settled, the custodial parent may deny the non-custodial parent the visitation that is rightfully and legally theirs. In these cases, you may need to take your former spouse back to court to enforce your rights to visitation with your children. If you are being denied visitation with your child, contact a Covina divorce lawyer from my firm today.
On the other hand, if you have a valid reason why you feel your former spouse should not have visitation with your child (for example, a history of domestic violence), it is essential that you have your case revisited by a judge to ensure the safety and health of your child. It may be possible to work out a situation that you feel more comfortable with, for example, having your child's visitation monitored by a social worker to ensure your child's safety.
At The Law Offices of Paul A. Eads, A.P.C., I have seen countless cases of parental visitation rights being denied by one parent, or not being adhered to by another parent. No matter what the relationship between you and your former spouse is, complications in visitation can have a negative impact on your child and it is essential that you get these issues sorted out as soon as possible. With years of experience handling divorce cases involving visitation and custody issues, my firm is equipped to help you through this difficult process.
Contact a Covina visitation attorney from my firm today if you are having difficulties with the visitation arrangements in your divorce.