Visitation Rights in New York
Our experienced Saratoga County divorce lawyers are dedicated to defending your visitation rights in New York and protecting parent-child relationships. At the law offices of Jean M. Mahserjian, Esq., P.C., we don’t just look at divorce proceedings as a way to dissolve marriages; they are also a way to preserve healthy family relationships and make sure children of a divorce are protected. When a joint custody arrangement is not feasible, the non-custodial parent is entitled to reasonable visitation with his or her children. Contact our office today to find out how we can make that possible.
Visitation Rights in New York | Enforcing and Modifying a Schedule
At our office, our experienced attorneys work with you to develop realistic goals for raising your children. We design visitation schedules to meet those goals, and advocate for you in court to make sure your needs and preferences are met and understood. We have had great success throughout the years in negotiating workable visitation schedules.
When disputes over scheduling or violations occur, we aggressively pursue enforcement of the agreement. And, because no family is static, we understand that as children grow and parents’ circumstances change, modifications to visitation schedules are necessary. We are adept at moving proactively and persuasively to secure custody modifications that maintain a sound working relationship between parents, while allowing the nurturing parent-child relationship to continue.
Visitation Rights in New York | Grandparent Visitation Rights
New York State recognizes that grandparents also have enforceable visitation rights. We work with grandparents to assert their rights to maintain a loving relationship through frequent visitation with their grandchildren. If you believe the custodial spouse is unreasonably denying you access to your grandchildren, we can help.
If you need legal assistance defending visitation rights in New York, please contact our experienced Saratoga County visitation rights lawyers today.