Jacksonville Child Visitation Attorney
Developing a Time-Sharing / Visitation Plan in Florida
An important aspect of developing a parenting plan is creating the time-sharing schedule. This schedule establishes when each parent will spend time with their children and the manner in which transportation will work. It will also discuss and control special occasions, such as birthdays, holidays, and summer months. At the Albaugh Law Firm, we are devoted to listening to your specific needs and the desires of your children when crafting a time-sharing schedule. Speak with our firm's Jacksonville lawyers to find out how the time-sharing schedule will likely work in your specific case.
Protecting Our Clients' Rights
In cases in which time spent with the noncustodial parent is detrimental or even dangerous to the child, we fight to protect the safety of him or her by seeking no visitation or supervised visitation time. As our client, we will work tirelessly to protect the rights of both you and your children. Many family law cases start because one parent refuses to allow the other the opportunity to see or spend time with their child, which is a violation of the time-sharing schedule. If you have been prevented from actively participating in your child's life, you should schedule a free case evaluation with our legal team. We offer aggressive representation to help protect your relationship with your child.
At the Albaugh Law Firm, our legal team is passionate about cases in which we fight for a parent's right to be part of his or her child's life. We believe that there is great importance to the parent-child bond that is formed during a child's early years. As a result of our conviction to help ensure that this bond is nurtured, we take the time to learn the facts and circumstances that have led to the denial of your visitation rights. Then, we can aggressively implement a strategy for pursuing time sharing. You may even be able to obtain make-up visitation for time that was withheld. Contact our firm today for experienced and compassionate representation.