San Diego Visitation Lawyer
California law allows for the noncustodial parent to have a regular visitation schedule with the children after a divorce or in the case of a child born to unwed parents who do not live together. The court's main concern in these cases is for the children's welfare and ensuring that every decision serves their best interests.
To the fullest extent possible, California wants a child to have a relationship with both parents, and there are many factors that are considered when determining a visitation arrangement. An experienced family law attorney can represent you and work to protect your rights as a parent.
Helping to Preserve Your Relationship with Your Children
At the San Diego, California, law firm of Anthony C. Starks, Attorney at Law, I have been practicing family law throughout San Diego County for over 25 years. I am a certified specialist in family law as designated by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization, and I have helped countless parents with a variety of visitation and parenting time issues.
In some cases, and because the custodial parent is bitter and wants to keep the noncustodial parent away from the children completely, he or she will fabricate allegations to make the noncustodial parent appear unfit. I will fight aggressively to expose false allegations for the lies that they are and do everything I can to maintain your parental rights.
I can also help you with modifications to your visitation schedule in the event that your work schedule changes or relocation becomes necessary for you or the custodial parent.
Call for a Free Consultation
Contact my office today to discuss your visitation questions. I am available for free consultations over the phone or in person, depending on what is more convenient for you.