If you have children with the person whom you are divorcing, you will need to come up with an appropriate parenting plan, which is also called "visitation." Every family is different, which means a unique parenting plan needs to be made for each family our firm assists. Most parenting plans that are created for families in Connecticut will include details about the regular schedules during the school year, as well as vacations and other important days throughout the year.
Our legal team at Bayer & Black, P.C. can help you protect your child's best interest. Speak with a member of our firm today for quality representation from a dedicated Fairfield County family law attorney. Call (203) 762-0751 today!
Child Visitation Schedules Are Subject to Modification
Parenting plans can change as the children get older or as situations in the parents' lives change. When visitation schedules are established, they are subject to modification. If a parent moves out of state or another alteration occurs, the family's circumstances may require a change in the plan. Our firm can petition the court to review the situation and establish a new schedule that is appropriate for all parties.
We handle these issues that arise after the initial arrangements are made:
- Parental relocation
- Enforcement of child visitation orders
- Post-judgment modifications
We Can Help You Create a Parenting Plan That Protects Your Family's Rights
In the state of Connecticut, the greatest consideration made by the courts when determining a parenting plan is the best interests of the child. In some cases, the child's wishes will be considered based on their age and maturity level.
At Bayer & Black, P.C., we also take into consideration the best interests of the child and will protect your family's rights. When you consult with our firm, you can benefit from the experienced guidance that we offer. Do not try to handle this situation on your own but instead, contact us!