What are visitation rights?
A: When one parent gets physical sole custody of a child, it means that the child lives only with that parent and the other parent does not share responsibility for that child’s housing and physical welfare. However, this does not always mean that the non-custodial parent is not allowed visitation rights. Even when one parent wins sole custody, the court may arrange for certain times in which the child is allowed to be visited by the other parent, often under supervision.
The issue of visitation rights is a complicated one and varies from case to case. Talking to an experienced attorney can help you better understand your legal options if you are dealing with a child custody or visitation dispute. The Colleyville custody attorneys of Alexander & Associates are prepared to assist you during this difficult time. Contact us today at 817-756-4040 to learn more.