Child Visitation For Noncustodial Parents
At the Law Office of Amy L. Gervich, we develop practical solutions for issues involving child custody and visitation. Our top priority is to help each parent we represent achieve custody and visitation arrangements that enable them to establish and nurture meaningful parental relationships with their children.
But in doing so, we do not compromise when it comes to protecting our clients’ parental rights. For sound legal advice and representation regarding a custody or visitation matter, we invite you to contact us today for a free consultation. Our dedicated family law and child custody attorneys have over 15 years’ combined experience representing clients throughout the greater St. Louis, Missouri, area, including Clayton.
Creative Parenting Time Solutions
Courts in Missouri base decisions about custody and visitation on what they perceive as being in the “best interests of the child.” Whenever possible, this means giving both parents a significant role in raising the child. The role the court allows you to play will depend on several factors, including your commitment and ability to be a good parent, the time you can devote to parenting, the environment you provide the child and others. This also means that courts are open to different types of child custody and visitation arrangements.
At the Law Office of Amy L. Gervich, we are committed to helping our clients achieve their child custody and visitation goals. We will work closely with you to understand your desires, the needs of your children and other factors, and we then focus on achieving a realistic and workable solution for you.
If your situation or the needs of your children have changed, our firm can seek a modification in an existing custody or visitation arrangement.
Achieving Your Custody And Visitation Goals
In most cases, courts welcome proposed solutions that both parents have worked out beforehand. If this is a realistic possibility, the Law Office of Amy L. Gervich will seek to negotiate a workable arrangement with the other parent’s attorney. Negotiated solutions have many advantages compared to litigation, including less emotional strife and lower legal costs. Children do better too, when they see their parents cooperating on issues regarding child rearing. However, we won’t hesitate to litigate aggressively to protect your rights and achieve your goals when necessary.
For a free initial consultation with one of our St. Louis visitation lawyers, contact us online or call 866-942-1169. We look forward to offering you positive family law solutions that help you secure a better tomorrow.