Establishing Child Visitation Agreements

Protecting Access to Your Children

If you are unable to come to an acceptable agreement with your spouse, you can proceed with litigation. Texas law promotes the involvement of both parents in the raising of the children as much as possible. Court decisions will be made on the basis of the children's best interests. It is therefore vital that you have an attorney for The Karenko Law Firm, P.A. representing you and presenting a compelling argument as to what these best interests entail. This is especially important in contentious cases where your spouse may be attempting to paint you in a negative light.

You may also seek a court order for modification of visitation at any point after a divorce. This must be supported by evidence of a significant change in circumstances which would warrant the amendment. Whether an original order or a modification, it is important to achieve a specific determination regarding the rights and responsibilities of each parent. Without this, you may be left to defend your rights against the custodial parent in light of a direction such as "reasonable visitation". Any agreements should also be ratified by the court in order to protect you should you need to recourse to enforcement at a later time.

Fight for Time With Your Child

I, Attorney Karenko, am sensitive to the fact that in a visitation case your relationship with your children is at stake. In my 26 years in practice, I have fought passionately for the rights of my clients and will do all I can to help you in your time of need. My extensive knowledge of this area continues to benefit my clients. Contact my firm today for help in fighting for your visitation rights.

Galveston County Divorce Attorney

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Galveston County Divorce Attorney
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