Suffolk County Child Visitation Rights
When a couple divorces and there is a child involved, typically one of the parents will have primary child custody (the custodial parent) and the other parent will child visitation rights.
Child visitation can be a great point of contention between mother and father. Attempting to work out a feasible visitation schedule can be difficult at best. Visitation becomes more complicated if one of the parties wants to relocate.
The Law Offices of Shawn R. Kassman assists men and women throughout Suffolk County and Nassau County, including the areas in and around Bayshore, Oakdale, Sayville, Riverhead, Port Jefferson, Brentwood and Holtsville in family law and divorce matters, including child visitation issues.
One of the benefits of retaining our law firm is that you will receive accurate information and experienced advice, so you will be in a position to make informed decisions about your future and how to proceed with you child visitation matter.
We welcome questions and will take the time to understand your situation, your goals and your concerns. We will discuss your options and develop a strategy best suited for your situation based on our extensive knowledge and experience.
To speak with an experienced Suffolk County family law attorney about your child visitation matter, please call 631-232-9479 (toll-free 1-888-545-2944).
Experienced Suffolk County Child Visitation Lawyers
We believe that parents should attempt to work out a visitation schedule if possible because they are in the best position to determine what is in the best interest of the child. However, we understand that is not always possible.
If both parents cannot agree to a visitation plan, then the court will determine the visitation schedule. Several factors influence the visitation rights of each parent, including employment, living environment, mental stability and criminal record.
After determining a visitation plan, the Suffolk County or Nassau County system may alter the schedule if certain unforeseen situations occur. These situations include an illness of the custodial parent, a change in employment of either parent, a change in the living environment, and criminal activity by either parent.
We also handle child visitation modification requests after a divorce, including requests involving relocation or move-aways.
Contact An Experienced Suffolk County Child Visitation Attorney
If you have Family Law or Child Visitation related questions, please call attorney Shawn Kassman or a member of his legal team at 631-232-9479 (toll-free 888-545-2944) or fill out our online intake form. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and represent clients located in Central Islip (main office location), Holtsville (office location), Bayshore, Brentwood, Oakdale, Sayville, Port Jefferson and Riverhead and both Suffolk and Nassau counties.