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Fresno Child Visitation Lawyers
If you are involved in a divorce, legal separation, or paternity matter, you need seasoned legal counsel and representation from Arnold Law Group, APC. We can work to protect your rights as a parent and help with your visitation issues when child custody matters are being discussed.
Request your initial case review with our online form or call us at (559) 900-1263 today.
Understand Your Parental Rights in California
When courts order sole physical custody to be given to one parent, they will also make visitation orders and lay out a schedule for children to visit the other parent.
A visitation schedule usually contains details such as:
- Pick up / drop off locations
- Transportation responsibilities
- Holiday / birthday / vacation schedules
If you and the child's other parent can agree on a parenting plan and visitation schedule, you can submit this to the court, and it will likely get approved. If there is significant hostility between the parents, the court can establish a visitation schedule with the noncustodial parent. It will likely remove opportunities for one party to control the other's time and allow the children to experience predictability.
Protect Your Rights as a Parent
If you child's parent is attempting to shut you off from contact with your child, you need an attorney who will fight for your parental rights in court. You cannot afford to go it alone when interaction with your child is at stake. Call child visitation attorneys in Fresno immediately to discuss your case and learn more about your legal options. We can put our years of experience to work for you in protecting your visitation rights.
At Arnold Law Group, APC, we are here to help you. Contact us today for trusted counsel!
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