Creating a Child Visitation Schedule
During divorce, there are often disagreements on the issue of child visitation for the non-custodial parent. It is important, then, to craft a schedule that both parents are willing to abide by during and after the divorce. This schedule, once ruled on by the court, will be legally enforceable. When both parents are willing to work together to stick to the schedule, it can be beneficial to both the children and the parents.
If you are dealing with divorce and its related issues, including child custody and visitation, don’t hesitate to contact an experienced Colleyville divorce attorney from the firm of Alexander & Associates. Our skilled and dedicated legal professionals are committed to helping clients protect their rights and interests during divorce. Contact us today at 817-756-4040.
Benefits of Clear Visitation Scheduling
Creating and maintaining a workable schedule for child visitation will have numerous benefits for the whole family. Some potential benefits include:
- Increased stability for the child or children
- Higher standards and expectations for responsibility which could create more trust over time
- Fewer unexpected visits, which can sometimes cause conflict
- Greater ease in planning events due to a clear, set schedule
- Less conflict, allowing former spouses to work better together as parents
Coming up with the right schedule can be difficult, but with the help of an experienced attorney, you and your spouse may be able to reach an acceptable agreement.
The Colleyville divorce attorneys of Alexander & Associates understand how difficult it can be to settle matters regarding your children during divorce, so we are willing to help you work towards an acceptable solution. To speak with a lawyer about your case today, contact us at 817-756-4040.