One consequence of a divorce is that you will likely not have your children 100% percent of the time. Because both parents are important, the court will determine each parent’s contact with the child. There are visitation guidelines, but not all cases fall within this structure. The attorneys at Travers & Travers understand and are experienced in resolving visitation matters so access to your child will be appropriate.
Standard Possession Order
Texas courts are obligated to presume that the Standard Possession Order is in the best interest of all children in Texas. Sometimes parents have a different idea about what is best for their children. If the parents can agree to a visitation schedule that the court approves, then the children are able to have time with both parents.
If the parents cannot agree to a visitation schedule, the court will create a plan based on a complex, multifactor test. When developing a visitation plan for the children, it is important to carefully think through the complexities of your daily schedule and ensure that the proposed plan really is in the best interests of the children.
Contact Your Katy Family Law Firm
Our family of attorneys is ready to help your family with determining the appropriate visitation schedule in your case. Please call our office at 281-492-2166 to make an appointment or use our online form.