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 There are often several components to divorce: financial concerns, custody issues, alimony and so much more. Often times, the most important issues you want to resolve are those concerning the financial, physical, and emotional care and needs of the children involved. It can seem overwhelming at times. That’s why it is so important to hire exceptional legal assistance.

At Winkler, Kurtz & Winkler, we can offer you that outstanding legal assistance through our years of Divorce Law experience. With our team, you are not alone.

When it comes to visitation rights there are several issues that can come into play:

  • Initiate – When custody is established, a visitation schedule for the non-custodial parent is put into place. We can help you establish a schedule that will allow the non-custodial parent the opportunity to continue to foster positive relationships with the children. The best interest of the children will always be taken into consideration.
  • Enforce – There are often times when visitation rights are not enforced. Many times, unfortunately, even after divorce strong emotions still exist. When the custodial parent denies court-ordered visitation, the non-custodial parent will need professional assistance to have that schedule adhered to.
  • Modify – There are circumstances that change which might necessitate modifying visitation rights. You will need the legal expertise of a reputable firm in order to assist with this process. There must be strong basis for the request for modification and you will need help with filing a motion or petition in the court system.
  • Other Visitations – There may be special circumstances where a grandparent, for example, will need to show legal standing in order to obtain rights for visitation.

 

Contact us today to find out how we can help you settle your Child Custody & Visitation issues in the most respectful, courteous, and professional manner possible.

 

There are often several components to divorce: financial concerns, custody issues, alimony and so much more. Often times, the most important issues you want to resolve are those concerning the financial, physical, and emotional care and needs of the children involved. It can seem overwhelming at times. That’s why it is so important to hire exceptional legal assistance.

At Winkler, Kurtz & Winkler, we can offer you that outstanding legal assistance through our years of Divorce Law experience. With our team, you are not alone.

When it comes to visitation rights there are several issues that can come into play:

Initiate – When custody is established, a visitation schedule for the non-custodial parent is put into place. We can help you establish a schedule that will allow the non-custodial parent the opportunity to continue to foster positive relationships with the children. The best interest of the children will always be taken into consideration.

Enforce – There are often times when visitation rights are not enforced. Many times, unfortunately, even after divorce strong emotions still exist. When the custodial parent denies court-ordered visitation, the non-custodial parent will need professional assistance to have that schedule adhered to.

Modify – There are circumstances that change which might necessitate modifying visitation rights. You will need the legal expertise of a reputable firm in order to assist with this process. There must be strong basis for the request for modification and you will need help with filing a motion or petition in the court system.

Other Visitations – There may be special circumstances where a grandparent, for example, will need to show legal standing in order to obtain rights for visitation.

 

Contact us today to find out how we can help you settle your Child Custody & Visitation issues in the most respectful, courteous, and professional manner possible.

 

There are often several components to divorce: financial concerns, custody issues, alimony and so much more. Often times, the most important issues you want to resolve are those concerning the financial, physical, and emotional care and needs of the children involved. It can seem overwhelming at times. That’s why it is so important to hire exceptional legal assistance.

At Winkler, Kurtz & Winkler, we can offer you that outstanding legal assistance through our years of Divorce Law experience. With our team, you are not alone.

When it comes to visitation rights there are several issues that can come into play:

Initiate – When custody is established, a visitation schedule for the non-custodial parent is put into place. We can help you establish a schedule that will allow the non-custodial parent the opportunity to continue to foster positive relationships with the children. The best interest of the children will always be taken into consideration.

Enforce – There are often times when visitation rights are not enforced. Many times, unfortunately, even after divorce strong emotions still exist. When the custodial parent denies court-ordered visitation, the non-custodial parent will need professional assistance to have that schedule adhered to.

Modify – There are circumstances that change which might necessitate modifying visitation rights. You will need the legal expertise of a reputable firm in order to assist with this process. There must be strong basis for the request for modification and you will need help with filing a motion or petition in the court system.

Other Visitations – There may be special circumstances where a grandparent, for example, will need to show legal standing in order to obtain rights for visitation.

 

Contact us today to find out how we can help you settle your Child Custody & Visitation issues in the most respectful, courteous, and professional manner possible.

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