Visitation Attorney

If you need legal help determining or enforcing your visitation rights, contact the law office of the Tucson family lawyer today.

The state of Arizona has begun referring to visitation rights as “parenting time.” All parents have the right to time with their children, provided that it is in the best interests of the child. The courts decide on all matters of child custody, child support, and visitation rights according to what is in the best interests of the child.

If you are currently going through a divorce, visitation will be discussed in your child custody mediation meeting with a Parenting Coordinator or Family court Advisor. If you are not currently married to your child’s parent, you may be ordered to attend a mediation meeting prior to receiving a court date.

Mediation is meant to be a method of determining visitation rights without the interference of the family court system. The Tucson family lawyer is an experienced mediator that can either administer or be a party to any mediation meeting.

In the cases of unmarried parents with children, these parents still have the right to see their children. If your visitation agreement has been violated or if you would like to seek a modification in your visitation agreement, the Tucson family lawyer can help.

If you need help with your visitation agreement or just have questions about your rights, contact our firm today to schedule a consultation today.