Assistance With Child Visitation And Co-Parenting Issues
There is no denying the fact that your children will be affected by the divorce, but working with a lawyer who considers your children when helping you make decisions about visitation can help minimize the impact.
At Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates, we understand that most parents just want their children to be healthy and happy. We help families put their anger aside and create co-parenting plans that work for their children and for their lives.
At the same time, we know that keeping kids healthy and happy can mean fighting for parents’ rights. If that is the case, we do not hesitate to take aggressive action for you.
Enforcement And Modification Of Visitation Orders
When circumstances change, existing court orders regarding child custody may no longer be appropriate. Many families find a need for modification as time goes on. Sometimes visitation or co-parenting orders need to be changed due to the relocation of a parent. Other times, children’s needs change as they grow older and old orders become impractical.
Child custody laws in Arkansas were changed in 2021. How does this impact your situation and family? Contact us for help.
At Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates, we also take action when it comes to the enforcement of visitation orders. We know that children need both parents, so we never hesitate to fight for your rights when visitation is being denied. We have a history of fighting for fathers’ rights.
We are dedicated to our clients and their children, providing the best possible customer service to help you create visitation solutions. From our office in Little Rock, we help families throughout Arkansas.
If you have questions about visitation or parenting time in Arkansas, please contact us by calling 501-588-4451 to schedule a confidential consultation. You may also send us a message online.