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Visitation And Parenting Schedule Lawyers

Visitation refers to the parenting schedule assigned for the care of your children. After a divorce, you want to be sure that you retain your rights to see your children and protect your interests in the construction of a visitation schedule. At Lyne Ranson Law Offices, PLLC, we are experienced in handling all of the parenting time and visitation concerns for our clients. We will take the time to understand your individualized needs as well as the needs of your children.

Our child visitation lawyers will protect your rights as well as the best interests of your children. We will take the time to find a solution compatible with your family’s needs.

Visitation is awarded through a parenting plan that will be filed with the court. If you need a parenting schedule, our attorneys can help you devise a plan that best suits you and your children’s needs. The schedule will determine how time with the children is shared on a daily basis and during holidays and vacations, how decisions are made and how parents should interact with each other and the children. Our attorneys will take the time to assess your needs and protect your interest and desires in a detailed parenting plan.

Our firm can help prepare a parenting plan as well as ensure that your parental rights are preserved in the creation of the plan.

Legal custody is separate issue from allocation of parenting time, but also must be decided upon in order to establish a parenting plan. For example, one parent must be named custodial parent for state and federal purposes, but the parenting time with each parent could be exactly the same amount. Our attorneys will assist you in protecting both your visitation rights and your interests in custody.

Issues regarding the relocation of a parent can be skillfully handled by our office and are based upon a number of factors, including the number of overnights each parent spends with a child and the reason for relocating. Some permissible reasons include getting a better job, new educational opportunities, or moving to be with a new spouse.

For more information or to speak with an experienced family lawyer, contact Lyne Ranson.

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