Visitation Rights in Mission Viejo
Orange County Family Law Firm
If you have been denied
child custody rights, then you may be entitled to
visitation rights depending on a number of factors. In California, the best interests
and well-being of a child are of the utmost importance. As long as visitation
rights would not be detrimental to the best interests of the child then
the court must grant the non-custodial parent reasonable visitation.
Some factors to be considered by the court when determining child visitation rights:
- The child's safety, health and welfare
- The child's personal preference
- The child's age, maturity and special needs
- The parent's physical proximity to the child's primary residence
There are other factors that come into play when a court is deciding visitation
rights, but these are some of the more prominent issues. It is important
that you have legal assistance in this matter in order to prevent an undesirable
outcome of your visitation arrangements. Additionally, it is the responsibility
of the custodial parent to make the child available for visitation. Failure
to comply with visitation rights is punishable by contempt. In the case
that a teenage child refuses to go to visitation with their non-custodial
parent through no fault of the custodial parent, although it is their
responsibility to make the child available for visitation, it is unclear
as to how the parent will be able to force the child to visit.
Why hire The Hunter Law Group?
It is important that you have a lawyer for your visitation case in Mission
Viejo. Our firm has more than 15 years of experience and is more than
capable of helping defend your rights in court. We can prevent false accusations
by an angry ex-spouse from having any effect on your rights. We will be
able to argue your case and fight to help you achieve your goals and desires
in y our case. Without the proper representation, you could be left with
undesirable visitation rights. For this reason it is imperative that you
speak with an Orange County divorce attorney from our firm immediately
to begin the process of building a case that will help to maximize your
chances of a favorable arrangement for visitation.
Contact us to schedule a confidential consultation today.