Visitation & Parenting Time Attorney Connecticut
Parenting time arrangements, commonly known as parenting plans include child custody and visitation determinations. At the law firm of Ryan & Tyma, we represent parents who are striving to reach the best possible custody and visitation arrangements for themselves and their children. We protect our clients' parental rights and the best interests of their children. We understand you want to spend as much quality time with your children as possible.
Do you have questions about parenting plans? Call our firm today toll free at 888.741.7051 or locally at 203.924.2601 to arrange your consultation with one of our child custody lawyers.
Your Children Come First
Our attorneys seek intelligent, common-sense solutions that are truly focused on your child's future. Whether you are involved in an uncontested or contested divorce, we strive for custody and visitation agreements that protect the best interests of your children. We have been helping clients with child custody and visitation issues for more than 25 years. We have an established presence in the legal community, and we have in-depth knowledge of how judges and child welfare officials are likely to view these matters.
In a typical joint physical custody arrangement, children live primarily with one parent, and the other parent has visitation rights. Visitation schedules can vary from family to family and will depend on many factors. A parenting plan will be set up to provide adequate time for each parent. The schedule will also include the place and times where visitation will occur. The schedule will include directives regarding weekends, holidays, summer vacations and other items.
Modifications, Such as Relocations Can Affect Visitation
A substantial change in material condition, such as the custodial parent wishing to relocate with the children, can have a significant impact on visitation rights. Our firm handles modifications on behalf of parents requesting and opposing the modification.
Do you have questions about visitation rights? Contact us to schedule your consultation.