As a divorced parent, perhaps the most difficult aspect of your new life is potentially not seeing your children every day. However, with the help of an attorney from Mara Law, P.A., Attorneys at Law, you can secure visitation and time-sharing rights that allow you to continue to be a major part of your children’s lives. We care about keeping parents connected with their children and devote ourselves fully to your case to ensure that you see your children often, even if you do not get primary custody of them.
In many cases after a divorce, the parent who gets custody of the children attempts to prevent his or her spouse from seeing the child. This is almost always a violation of visitation and time-sharing rights established in the divorce decree. A skilled lawyer helps you to establish these visitation rights and avoid potential interference. Common ways people attempt to interfere with visitation rights include:
For information on how to prevent these interferences, contact a Daytona Beach divorce attorney from Mara Law, P.A..
You have the right to have an active role in the lives of your children, regardless of the wishes of your ex-spouse. A lawyer from Mara Law, P.A. stands up for you to achieve visitation solutions including:
Stay involved with your children’s lives — call Mara Law, P.A., Attorneys at Law today at 386-672-8081 orcontact us online to arrange a consultation. We meet with you in person, return your phone calls quickly and always remain reliable and comforting. Work with us in Ormond Beach, Daytona Beach, New Smyrna Beach, Seville or the surrounding areas.
Mara Law, P.A.
555 West Granada Blvd, Suite B5
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
389 Palm Coast Parkway SW, Ste 4
Palm Coast, Florida 32137
Mara Law, P.A. is located in Ormond Beach, FL and serves clients in and around Bunnell, New Smyrna Beach, De Leon Springs, Palm Coast, Daytona Beach, Flagler Beach, Barberville, Pierson, Seville, Port Orange, Flagler County and Volusia County.
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