Parenting Time Cases on Long Island
Garden City Visitation Lawyers
If you are filing for
divorce and have not been granted physical
custody of your child, it is likely that you will be awarded visitation rights.
Generally, a court will not deny visitation rights unless a parent has
been deemed "unfit," due to drug or alcohol abuse, the commission
of domestic violence or child abuse, or mental illness.
Courts are willing to grant visitation on a regular basis, as it is usually
in the best interests of the child to have contact with both parents.
At Jonathan E. Edwards P.C., our Garden City visitation attorneys provide
high quality representation to individuals seeking to protect their child
visitation rights. In our 24 years of practicing law, we have experienced
a wide variety of custody and visitation cases, which gives us the insight
needed to provide effective help to our clients.
Contact our offices about your visitation case, and we will pursue a resolution
in which your rights are upheld and the bond between you and your child
Why hire an attorney?
In the aftermath of a divorce, visitation rights are usually awarded based
upon a child custody arrangement that has been worked out between the
two parents, or decided on by a court.
Visitation issues are not always easily resolved, even in uncontested divorces,
so it is important to have the help of an aggressive attorney who will
seek a resolution that is favorable to all of the involved parties, especially
the child. If you are seeking parental visitation rights,
contact a Garden City visitation attorney from our team who will provide you with powerful representation in your case.