San Diego Enforcing Visitation Agreements Lawyers
Once a visitation agreement has been proclaimed by a court of law, it is very important that both parents uphold that agreement in order to best serve their child or children. Sometimes, though, one or both of the parents will attempt to get around the visitation agreement in order to spend additional time with their child. For parents who have their child’s best interests in mind, it can be very frustrating when the other person violates the visitation agreement.
If you are a parent whose visitation agreement is not being respected, we may be able to help. We have years of experience fighting for people in your situation. To learn more about how to enforce your visitation agreement, contact the San Diego enforcing visitation agreement attorneys of Fischer & Van Thiel, LLP, today by calling (760) 757-6854.
How We Can Help
There are many legal options that you can take, depending on the severity of the situation. We can handle a variety of enforcing visitation cases, including:
- The custodial parent moves away with the child
- The custodial parent refuses to let the noncustodial parent have the agreed-upon visitation by detaining or hiding the child
- The noncustodial parent kidnaps the child
These are three common ways in which a child visitation agreement can be breeched, but there are many other types of situations where your agreement can be broken. If the visitation agreement for your child has been violated, it is important to take legal action as soon as possible.
If you or someone you love is dealing with a parent who is breaking your visitation agreement, it can be of utmost importance to your child’s safety to talk to an attorney immediately. The San Diego enforcing visitation agreement lawyers of Fischer & Van Thiel, LLP, want to get you the help you need in this difficult situation. To learn more, contact our offices today at (760) 757-6854.