Ossipee Visitation Rights Attorney
Get the Time You Need to Bond With Your Child
The relationship between parent and child is precious to both. Visitation rights provide the opportunity for parents and children to bond and spend time together, even when they cannot live in the same home. If you need help exercising your right to parenting time, contact Kalled Law Offices, PLLC to speak with a Carroll County visitation rights attorney. Our firm represents families in Ossipee and the surrounding communities throughout Carroll, Rockingham, and Strafford counties.
Creating a Schedule For Visitation
Divorcing couples are required to create a parenting plan, which must be submitted to the court. Parents are encouraged to work together on the plan. When you have our Carroll County family lawyer on your side, we can help ensure that your visitation rights are protected. The child visitation or parenting time should spell out with whom the child or children will reside and the schedule for the non-custodial parent.
Other things that should be included in the child visitation schedule:
- An established routine for the regular visitation schedule
- Provisions for extended weekends when there is a holiday or three-day weekend
- A holiday schedule for major holidays
- A vacation schedule for school breaks and the parents’ vacation time
- A schedule for supervised visitation, when required
Changes to the structure of families are difficult for everyone involved, especially children. A visitation schedule that allows the children to adjust to the new situation and continue to thrive is always in their best interests. This is easiest to achieve when the parents are amicable and able to agree on a visitation schedule. When this is not possible, the court will create a schedule for custody and visitation rights.
The Best Interests of the Child
As in child custody cases, courts in New Hampshire consider the best interests of the child for a child visitation schedule. If the court determines that the child visitation schedule is not in accordance with the child’s best interests, a proposed agreement may be rejected. when you have our qualified Carroll County visitation rights lawyer in your corner, you won’t need to fight for your rights alone.
Get in touch with Kalled Law Offices, PLLC today at (603) 871-4116 to discuss your situation.