Child Visitation Lawyers in San Diego
Protecting Parents’ Rights to Visit Their Children
Child custody and visitation are two of the most highly disputed issues in situations of
divorce. Visitation rights affect married people and couples who were never married
at all. In a majority of situations, parents agree to a parenting plan
in which split weeks, every other week, or weekends are scheduled for
What factors are considered in visitation?
Whether your son or daughter is an infant, toddler, or teenager, we can
help you with all aspects of visitation matters. Being able to spend time
with your child is something very important to your life, as well as the
life of your child, and our lawyers recognize how serious these situations
can be. Many clients come to our attorneys curious about what their chances
are of receiving visitation rights to their children.
There are many factors that can impact visitation, including the following:
- Whether or not either parent has a criminal record.
- Whether or not you have been convicted of DUI or a drug offense.
- If you have ever been convicted of a sexual offense.
- If there are any instances of alcohol or drug addictions in your past.
These factors will not automatically ruin your chances of obtaining visitation,
but they can affect what the court will permit as far as your visitation
rights. For example, a DUI conviction may prevent you from being permitted
to driving with your children in the car. A skilled attorney from our
team can work tirelessly to prove that you are fit as a parent and will
be willing to work with the courts to make sure you are allowed visitation
with your child.
Get help from Claery & Hammond, LLP!
The attorneys at Claery & Hammond, LLP represent clients in determining
visitation in situations where divorce has transferred physical custody
to a former spouse or domestic partner. In cases where visitation has
been denied by a custodial parent or where visitation needs to be established,
a San Diego visitation lawyer from our firm can work closely with the
court to ensure visitation is granted. For more information about your
contact a San Diego child visitation attorney at Claery & Hammond, LLP to discuss your situation.