At Katz, Goldstein & Warren, our divorce attorneys represent clients in custody and visitation matters through settlement negotiations, mediation, collaborative law and litigation.
A variety of possible custodial arrangements exist in parental planning, and determining what is in the best interests of the children is always pivotal in arriving at custody and visitation agreements.
Numerous factors are taken into consideration in custody cases, some of which include the parents’ wishes, the child’s wishes, how well the child is adjusted in his/her home, school and community, and the interaction and interrelationship of the child with his/her parents and siblings.
Visitation is the term used in reference to time spent with the child by a non-custodial parent and the arranged schedule and conditions of their visits.
Through thoughtful and careful negotiation as well as other legal approaches, our attorneys at Katz, Goldstein & Warren assist clients in protecting their rights under the law and establishing agreeable terms for child custody and visitation.