Attaining Visitation Rights for Noncustodial Parents

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When parents can agree on a visitation schedule for children, the court will usually adhere to that schedule. Discover why a family law lawyer may be needed by noncustodial parents with help from a certified civil mediator in this free video on law and legal questions.

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You have recently been notified that your other spouse is going to be seeking a divorce and the two of you have agreed that they are going to be the primary custodial parent, and you don't know what you're going to do about obtaining visitation rights. Hello, I'm Robert Todd, and I'm here to answer the question: How to attain visitation rights. Well, the first thing that you want to consider is that each state has its own laws with respect to child custody, child parenting, and visitation. So you want to be sure that you have some idea of what your state's laws are with regard to visitation. And the laws do vary from state to state. But generally speaking, when the parents can agree on a visitation schedule, the court will adhere to that schedule. On the other hand, if the primary custodial parent does not wish to grant you visitation rights, you may seriously wish to consider seeking the services of a family law lawyer who deals with visitation rights. I'm Robert Todd, and thank you for watching.


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