San Jose Visitation Rights Lawyers
In any divorce involving children, a custody and visitation rights agreement will be established. Visitation agreements must be established when one parent has less than 50% of custody of the child. These agreements can be created in a number of different ways, depending on the divorcing parents’ situation, and can result in several different types of visitation.
At the Law Office of Daniel Jensen, P.C., we know that many divorcing couples in San Jose struggle to understand the nuances of visitation rights or to get the agreement that they feel is best for themselves and their children. Fortunately, a knowledgeable and skilled divorce attorney can not only explain visitation rights and agreements to you, but also help you fight for the agreement you want should you and your spouse be unable to agree.
What You Need to Know about Visitation Rights
Because visitation rights are a source of conflict for many people going through divorce, it’s important to have some idea of both what is legally required and what a visitation agreement consists of. Most importantly, a person should know the four types of visitation, which include:
- Scheduled visitation
- Reasonable visitation
- Supervised visitation
- No visitation
The type of visitation that you and your spouse agree on or that is enforced by a court order will depend on several factors, such as your child’s best interests, your medical and drug history, living situation, and more.
Contact a Visitation Rights Attorney in San Jose
If you are going through a divorce and need advice on establishing visitation rights, a lawyer from the Law Office of Daniel Jensen, P.C. can help. When you call (408) 296-4100, you can learn more about what options are available to you and how we can help you work towards establishing the agreement you think is best for you and your family.