A Dedicated Family Law Firm Protecting Your Visitation Rights
Visitation, sometimes referred to as parenting time or partial physical custody, is provided to the parent who does not receive primary physical custody in Pennsylvania. The amount of visitation you receive can depend greatly upon how your parental rights are represented throughout your divorce or other child custody battle.
At Thomas & Thomas Attorneys At Law, we have 30 years of experience advocating for the rights of our clients. We firmly believe that every parent deserves to have dedicated time with his or her children. We work hard to ensure you get the most time possible so you do not miss out on your child’s life.
Contact our Easton visitation lawyers to schedule your free consultation during which we will discuss your custody and visitation concerns. You can reach us at .
Custody And Visitation, Explained
In Pennsylvania, the law provides for two types of child custody: primary physical custody and partial physical custody. Partial physical custody is what most people refer to as visitation. Through the legal process, one party can be awarded primary physical custody, which becomes who the child lives with for the majority of his or her time. Visitation is then awarded to the other parent based on numerous factors that we present to the court. Sometimes, the court awards or the parties agree to shared custody, where each parent has the children for approximately 50 percent of the time.
We Are Here To Protect Your Parental Rights
We know how to craft creative strategies and effective arguments to ensure you receive the maximum amount of visitation possible in your situation. We will fight hard to protect your parental rights throughout the process.
If you have an existing visitation order that is currently not working, we are also available to assist you in seeking a modification or enforcement order.
Learn About Your Rights And Options With A Free Consultation
Contact Thomas & Thomas Attorneys At Law today to discuss your visitation and parenting time concerns. We will talk to you about your options in your initial consultation. Call .