Worcester Visitation Attorney
Visitation Rights After a Worcester Divorce
Your visitation rights will determine how much time you spend with your
children after a
divorce. Visitation is especially important if your former spouse has been granted
primary or physical
custody. Although your relationship with your ex-spouse may be friendly, it is
still in your best interest to have a Worcester divorce lawyer on your
side of the table. Your attorney will work with you to make sure you remain
a substantial presence in your children's lives. Family courts in
our state are required to place the well-being of the children above any
other consideration. Even if your former spouse does not want to grant
you visitation, if you give clear and convincing evidence that you are
a positive influence on your children, your visitation will likely take
precedence. Proving that you will bring stability and balance as a parent
should be your lawyer's top priority.
Law Office of Robert W. Kovacs, Jr. is a small firm dedicated to helping you protect your family after a divorce.
Family law can be especially difficult since children are involved, and we are here
to answer your questions and provide you with the individual attention
you deserve. We have helped hundreds of clients find workable visitation
arrangements that accommodate both parents.
Visitation Lawyer in Divorce Cases
Though you may not agree with every choice your ex-spouse makes with regard
to your children, it is important to maintain a generally amicable relationship
as much as you can. The parent with primary custody does have the decision-making
abilities, and if they choose, can fight to have your visitation rights
revoked. It is important to adhere to all other aspects of your divorce
agreement, including any
child support or
spousal support requirements. Failure to make these payments can lead to the suspension
of your visitation. Speak to our firm today to make sure you stay a part
of your children's lives.
Contact a Worcester visitation lawyer
today to negotiate your visitation rights.