Visitation Rights in Alabama
Birmingham Family Lawyers
In Alabama, divorcing spouses need to come up with a parenting plan that outlines custody and visitation. This is a crucial part of establishing a new life for their children with the least disruption, and it should be in their children’s best interests. While you can establish your own visitation schedule with your spouse (in an uncontested divorce), you may also have this issue decided upon for you if your divorce is handled in court (in a contested divorce).
At Guster Law Firm, LLC, we are experienced in helping divorcing spouses establish workable parenting plans. We are skilled trial attorneys as well and will fight for visitation rights in court if necessary. By working closely with you to identify your visitation goals, we will be able to pursue the best possible result. When you work with our Birmingham family law attorneys, you will have nearly 40 years of combined legal experience on your side.
Interested in learning more about visitation? Call (205) 386-6844.
Pursuing Visitation Rights in Birmingham, AL
There are many different scenarios where you may benefit from working with a skilled attorney, specifically that relate to visitation. If you are a parent and are being actively prevented from seeing your child or children by the other parent, an attorney can help you pursue court-mandated visitation. At Guster Law Firm, LLC, we can help to enforce a visitation schedule. We also help grandparents who want to obtain visitation rights, and we can help with modifications of existing visitation agreements.
We know the courts, the judges, and the other attorneys in the Birmingham area. Through the past 15 years serving this community, we know what to expect and how to best protect our clients’ visitation rights.
A Birmingham visitation lawyer at our firm can help you with such issues as:
- Establishing a visitation schedule in a divorce.
- Establishing paternity to pursue visitation rights.
- Modifying a current visitation schedule.
- Pursuing visitation as a grandparent.
- Enforcing your visitation rights as a parent.
- Preventing an abusive or unfit parent from obtaining visitation rights.
Contact our firm at (205) 386-6844 to find out how we can help you.