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Protecting The Child Visitation Rights Of Texas Parents

At Warmbrodt & Associates, our divorce and child custody attorneys help parents to develop and implement reasonable visitation agreements that are legally sound and in the best interest of their children. We value a mediated or negotiated visitation agreement over a court decision, but we are experienced litigators who will aggressively protect your rights and present your case at trial.

We offer alternative dispute resolution services, including mediation and collaborative law, and urge divorcing partners to utilize these tools and save both time and money without the resentment and high emotions that accompany a battle through the court system.

Protecting Your Visitation Rights

At Warmbrodt & Associates, our focus will always be on protecting your legal rights and identifying what is in the best interest of your child. While the parent without custody is entitled to reasonable visitation privileges, it is important to remember that every situation is different and the needs of your child change as interests and relationships grow and change outside the family.

Ideally, parents will set aside their differences for the benefit of the child and determine what will benefit the child rather than whether the time belongs to one parent or the other. Our goal is to provide clear rules for each parent in providing for the child’s physical, moral, emotional, spiritual and intellectual development.

Enforcing Visitation

Parents who are denied their visitation time or who feel that their child may be endangered through visitation with the other parent have legal recourse. Our firm assists clients in the filing of emergency protective orders and in the modification and enforcement of court-ordered decrees and prior orders.

Depending on the circumstances, courts attempt to maintain some contact between the child and the noncustodial parent, including options like supervised visitation time. We are able to assist grandparents, great grandparents, and siblings in obtaining court-mandated access after a divorce. There is a precedent for the approval of these types of arrangements, as always based upon the best interests of the child.

Contact Us For Time With Your Child

If you have questions about your Texas visitation privileges after a divorce or have been denied a court-ordered visitation, contact the divorce and visitation lawyers at Warmbrodt & Associates for a free initial consultation and review of your legal rights.