Birmingham Visitation Rights

Family Law Attorney Protecting the Best Interests of Your Child

Child custody and visitation rights go hand in hand. Once custody has been established, a visitation schedule can be put into effect. A standard visitation schedule for non-custodial parents is generally reverted to if the parents cannot agree to a visitation arrangement.

Each parent has legal rights to an ongoing relationship with their child, and have access to school and medical records, extra-curricular events and sports, etc. Visitation schedules are set to allow both parents to continue to be involved in their children’s lives. If these arrangements can be made without court intervention, it will save time and money; however, if there is no agreement, the Court will establish visitation.

When determining visitation, these are some of the factors considered:

  • The relationship between the child and parent
  • The history of drugs, alcohol, abuse, or neglect
  • The working situation of each parent
  • The willingness of the parents to work with each other
  • The child’s age and activities

Get a free case evaluation today and learn more about visitation rights from our Birmingham family lawyer.

We Can help You Understand Visitation Laws

If you live in or near Birmingham and are going through a divorce, Gossman Law Firm, LLC can help you establish custodial periods and visitation with your child. Our personalized attention will be an invaluable asset as you pursue an arrangement that is best for you and your child.

It doesn't cost anything for an initial consultation with a Birmingham family law attorney at Gossman Law Firm, LLC, and we offer flexible payment options should you decide to retain our services. Though our goal is always to reach an agreeable settlement without going to court, we are prepared to go as far as we need to for you and your child.

To get started on achieving the visitation rights you desire, contact us today at (205) 402-8808.

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