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Fighting for Visitation Rights

Divorce is likely to be one of the most emotionally complex experiences of your life, especially in regards to how you and your partner will continue to interact with your kids after the divorce. When custody will be retained by a single parent, visitation rights may serve as the only line of interaction between the non-custodial parent and his or her child.

What Visitation Rights Entail

Depending upon the type of divorce that you and your partner settle upon, visitation rights may be awarded or agreed upon for any number of circumstances that are specific to your case, including but not limited to the following:

  • Maintenance of a long-term, healthy parental relationship
  • Maintain open lines of communication
  • Relaxation time for single parents

Whatever the particulars of your case happen be, our Raleigh legal team understands just how critical this aspect of your divorce agreement will be to both you and your partner; we can help you develop a comprehensive legal strategy to help you protect the best interests of your family.

Consult with a Visitation Rights Attorney in Raleigh

At Marshall & Taylor PLLC, our Raleigh visitation rights attorneys will be committed to helping you protect the best interests of your children; we will fight aggressively to help you do what is necessary to create the best environment for your children. To speak with one of our attorneys in Raleigh about the particulars of your situation, please call our Raleigh offices at 919-833-1040 today.

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