Tag Archives: child visitation

How to Negotiate a Strong Child Custody Arrangement

You and your spouse can create your own child custody and visitation schedule during the divorce process, or work with an attorney. This will help you stay out of the court and avoid having a judge make custody-related decisions on your behalf. The following are a few tips to keep in mind that will help… Read More »

How Does Supervised Visitation Work?

Supervised visitation is an arrangement in which the visiting, noncustodial parent is only permitted to visit his or her children while being supervised by a third party, such as a social worker. The visit might occur at the parent’s home or in a designated location, such as a child care center. Judges will usually order… Read More »

Divorce Not Always as Easy as it Should Be for Domestic Violence Victims

One would think that instances of domestic violence in marriage would make it relatively easy for the victim to get out of the abusive relationship. Unfortunately, this is not always the case, both in New York and beyond, as a recent article in The New York Times outlines in an article that tells the stories… Read More »

Use These Tips to Communicate Better with Your Former Spouse

Many divorces are precipitated (in part) by poor communication, so it might feel unrealistic to expect good communication after a divorce is finalized. However, if the two of you have children together and will share custody, good communication is absolutely crucial to a healthy and happy life for your kids. With this in mind, here… Read More »

Making the Most of Your Supervised Visitation Time

Supervised child visitation is any time with your children that’s court-ordered and occurs under supervision of court-appointed officials, social workers or law enforcement officers. The presence of supervision during your special time with your child can feel unnatural and make the experience difficult. It can be challenging to deeply connect with your child when there’s… Read More »

What If Your Spouse Doesn’t Visit Your Kids During the Divorce Process?

As you approach your divorce, you will negotiate a visitation schedule as part of your custody arrangements. This schedule outlines the time each parent will spend with the child, including visits made by the noncustodial spouse. If the noncustodial spouse does not comply with these visitation times, he or she risks losing some visitation privileges…. Read More »

What You Should Know About Child Visitation Rights

When a couple going through a divorce has children, a family law court may need to get involved in decisions regarding child custody and child visitation rights. In a divorce, these two issues are typically determined at the same time. In some divorce proceedings, it is determined that it is in the child’s best interest… Read More »