Visitation Rights for Parents & Grandparents
Legal Counsel From a Trusted Fort Worth Family Law Attorney
If you and your spouse have children while entering into divorce proceedings,
securing your ability to visit and spend time with them is important to
their upbringing and well-being. While our firm understands that divorce
clients wish pursue a new life away from their current spouse, we have
served plenty of clients whose primary goal was to remain a significant
part of your child’s life.
The skilled family lawyers at
Jerry Loftin & Associates know what you’re going through, and recognize the emotional turmoil
and frustration that so often comes with any divorce case. That’s
why we take an understanding and compassionate approach to each family
law case and get to know all of our clients personally in order to understand
their interests and concerns. Even if your case requires litigation proceedings,
we can fight to protect your future and make sure that the best possible
outcome is capably pursued on your behalf.
If you need representation to assist you in protecting your visitation
rights to your children or grandchildren, call Jerry Loftin & Associates
at (817) 429-2000 today.
Factors in Determining Visitation
In Texas, there are two types of custody: conservatorship and access. The
parent who is named the “conservator” in a parenting agreement
becomes essentially the “primary” parent, making the decisions
on things such as education, healthcare, and primary residence. The non-conservator
parent, also known as the non-custody parent, then has a schedule for
“visitation,” which can include time when they are in physical
custody of the child or have the right to visit them.
Our lawyers can help you secure visitation rights in all kinds of family
law arrangements, including:
- Primary custody
- Joint custody
- Grandparents visitation rights
Grandparents may even fight to secure their visitation rights during a
divorce or custody battle. While the circumstances are rather difficult
to meet to secure visitation, a skilled family attorney can help grandparents
determine if you can file to secure your visitation rights, particularly
if your access to your grandchildren has been unrightfully denied.
Get the help you need with your visitation rights case by
contacting Jerry Loftin & Associates online and requesting a
free initial case evaluation today.