Texas Visitation Attorney

Defending Visitation Rights in Temple, Killeen & Round Rock

There are few topics as important and difficult to discuss in a divorce as visitation. It should not be ignored or considered as a lenient topic. Each member of a divorce must realize that it is important and does not have to be granted. Parents who are not given physical custody of the child are typically entitled to visitation rights, but some circumstances can restrict this. Another important aspect to remember is that time should not be wasted when it comes to ensuring a fair and workable visitation schedule.

Considering the Child’s Best Interest

The most important consideration to be made in this factor and any other decision concerning children is their best interest. In many cases, the most ideal situation is joint custody. It is typically seen that children benefit the most from consistent time spent with both parents. A divorce inevitably separates families and causes distress. This, however, should not wreck the relationship that parents have with their children. The children should spend as much time with each parent as possible, in most situations. At The Carlson Law Firm, our Texas visitation attorneys pursue whatever is in the best interest of the child. We seek to defend your rights and protect all involved.

Why Choose A Board-Certified Family Law Attorney?

According to the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, there are more than 90,000 licensed attorneys in Texas while only 7,150 of them have earned the title of “specialist” in their particular area of the law. That is less than 10% of attorneys in the state of Texas. The Texas Board of Legal Specialization recognizes 22 practice areas that attorneys can specialize in, one of them being Personal Injury Trial Law. Of the 7,150 Board Certified Attorneys in Texas, less than 900 of them are certified in Family Law. This means that only around 11% of Texas attorneys are considered Board Certified Specialists in this area of the law. One of those attorneys is on staff at our firm.

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How The Carlson Law Firm Can Help

If you need assistance working out a visitation schedule between you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse or you would like to request a modification, our lawyers are available to discuss your case with you. We have the experience and education that necessary to pursue this situation and resolve the matter at hand. By working with our attorneys, your children can benefit from care that pursues their best interest. A lawyer that knows the laws in place and takes time to become personally acquainted with your situation can ease the burdens that are on your plate.

Contact The Carlson Law Firm to discuss this situation in depth from one of our offices in Killeen, Temple or Round Rock.


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