Visitation affects parents, yes but more importantly, it impacts the children. This should never be forgotten by the deciding adults. Decisions about visitation may be brought during a divorce or may be modified years after a divorce is final. In certain circumstances, Grandparents may seek and obtain visitation privileges. Visitation should always be "fair and just". The problems occur when trying to apply the definition of "fair and just" to each case. If the parents are not able to come to an amicable arrangement, the courts may step in and make a determination regarding visitation. Regardless of the specifics, if you are part of a visitation case, you must have competent attorneys that are experienced in visitation. By protecting your rights you are beginning the process of protecting your child or children.
The Visitation Lawyers at the Galbreath Law Firm never lose sight of the need to guide you through this oft difficult process while protecting your rights. They will fully explain the process as well as any applicable laws. If you believe that you do not need an attorney for yourself, remember that your child may be negatively impacted by that decision. The visitation attorneys at the Galbreath Law Firm will use their knowledge and experience to help you through this emotionally charged process. Call now!
The Galbreath Law Firm serves clients throughout the State of Texas including but not limited to the cities of Abilene, Sweetwater, Brownwood, Coleman, and Eastland. Counties include but are not limited to Taylor County, Nolan County, Brown County, Coleman County, and Eastland County.