Alpharetta Child Visitation Attorney

Helping parents arrange and enforce visitation schedules in Alpharetta, Atlanta and the surrounding area

If there are children involved in a divorce, the non-custodial parent must pay child support, and is entitled to visitation.

Devising a parenting schedule is part of the divorce process. It is part of the contract that exists between you and your former spouse once your divorce is final. If you are facing a divorce and you have children, I can guide you through your options and help you make workable decisions. Call me, attorney Stephen Land, to consult with an experienced family law attorney.

Child visitation law

There are many ways to arrange a child visitation schedule. If one parent has primary physical custody, the other parent may get the child every other weekend, every other holiday, and a few weeks during the summer.

The courts used to be strict about when and where a non-custodial parent could visit with the child. In cases where the couple cannot work together, that may still happen. However, in recent years the courts have awarded unfettered visitation. With an unfettered schedule, the parents have a lot more flexibility, and can arrange a schedule between them.

Visitation interference

Interference with visitation is not allowed. It is an offense that the court takes very seriously. If it proves necessary, the court will enforce visitation. Complete denial of visitation rights is grounds for a change in custody. If your former spouse won't let you see your children, please contact me. I can help you enforce your parental rights.

Contact Stephen A. Land, LLC to talk to an Atlanta child visitation attorney.

We provide professional legal services for families from Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Forsyth and parts of Cobb County, Atlanta and across Georgia