Visitation Rights Attorney in Westchester County
Advocating for What's Best for Your Child in a Divorce
Friedman & Friedman, Attorneys at Law, we firmly believe that every parent should have the right to participate
in their child's life when it is possible, reasonable, and safe. In
cases where parents are divorced or
separated, the child's best interests should be at the forefront of all
family law decisions that involve them. When you turn to our firm for help, you can
rest assured that we have the knowledge and experience necessary to handle
your case with the diligence and care it deserves.
Attorney Andrea Friedman is committed to pursuing the protection of our clients' rights throughout
Does your ex-spouse have full
custody of your children? We can help you fight for that visitation rights to
maintain a relationship with your kids. On the other hand, if you are
the parent with custody and you need to prevent your ex-spouse from obtaining
visitation rights due to concerns of child abuse, neglect, or similar
circumstances, then we are prepared to stand by your side and to advocate
for what is best for your child.
Contact Us at (914) 873-4410 to Consult a Family Law Attorney About Your Visitation Rights
The Who, When & How of Visitation Rights
WHO Can Request Visitation Rights? - Any parent who does not have custody of their child/children can file
a visitation rights petition with the Family Law Court against the parent
who has custody.
WHEN Should I Petition for Visitation Rights? - A parent who does not have custody of their child/children can petition
for visitation rights at any time. Keep in mind that the sooner you take
action, the sooner your case will be concluded.
HOW Do I Petition for Visitation Rights? - Go to the Family Law Court and obtain the necessary paperwork. We strongly
recommend that you review and complete the documents with the guidance
of a family law attorney. You will then return to Family Law Court and
submit your petition with the clerk. You can request to have your case
referred to mediation to be resolved out of court, or you can request
to have your case litigated before a judge if it is a contested issue.
Contact a Westchester County Family Lawyer Today
Children are a central part of any parent's life, so it is not surprising
that child custody,
child support, and visitation rights are often the most highly contentious segments of
divorce proceedings. We know that you have your child's best interests in
mind, and that you want them to grow up to be as happy as healthy as they can.
We also believe that the participation of both parents, when possible,
is an integral element in achieving this goal. No two situations are exactly
alike, particularly when it comes to such complex areas of family law,
so no one can truly advise you on your options until they have heard the
extent of your case. Go ahead and
give us a call to discuss your case immediately, so that we can get started working towards