You Have A Right To See Your Children
At Ordway Law Group, LLC, our attorneys know that maintaining a close relationship with children after divorce is a priority for any parent. Whether you have been designated as the primary or nonprimary custodial parent, we will fight aggressively to ensure that your time with your children is preserved.
Protecting Your Parental Rights
A child visitation plan (or parenting plan) establishes when parents will see their children after a divorce is finalized. Taking into account who holds primary physical custody, a visitation schedule can dictate regularly scheduled visits with the noncustodial parent as well as where the children will spend:
- Public holidays
- Religious holidays
- School vacations
- Parents’ birthdays
- Children’s birthdays
- Mother’s Day and Father’s Day
Except in rare cases when a child’s safety is in question, it is beneficial and highly recommended for children to have continued and meaningful contact with both parents.
Experience Fighting For Parents’ Rights
Our Georgia attorneys are widely recognized for their ability to resolve child visitation matters outside of trial. We employ persuasive negotiation tactics as well as intelligent representation during mediation. However, understanding that not all parents can find mutual resolution, we are fully prepared to litigate if the matter advances to trial.
We are also ready to help you address issues involving temporary visitation while your divorce is pending, as well as parenting time modifications post-divorce if there has been a significant change in circumstances.