Santa Clarita Visitation Attorney

Protecting Your Visitation Rights

In any divorce case that involves children, there are certain agreements which must be made in regards to child custody, such as physical and legal custody. Physical custody involves where your children will live, while legal custody has to do with the decision-making responsibilities you have for your child. At Gharibian & Oliver, we help clients to put together proposed agreements to make sure their children's best interests are being kept in mind.

Contact us today to learn how our Santa Clarita family lawyers can help!

If you are in need of an attorney for a visitation case in Santa Clarita or throughout Pasadena, La Cañada, or La Crescenta, we are here to help. It is important to remember that once the court has made a decision and issued an order, you will be legally obligated to comply. Unless you have modified your order in court or before a judge, the existing visitation order must be followed or you will face legal consequences.

The types of physical custody include:

  • Sole custody - the children live exclusively with one parent
  • Split custody - the children (if there are more than one) live separately with the parents
  • Joint custody - the parents share custody of the children

Establishing Visitation Rights

If you have any evidence that your spouse is not fit to take care of your children, it is important to present it to your Santa Clarita divorce attorney before you go to court. Any information or proof that can show your abilities to provide as a parent is important for protecting your visitation rights. Our attorneys at Gharibian & Oliver have more than 20 years of experience and are parents ourselves, so we understand what you are going through. If you would like to learn more, we would be happy to help.

Contact our firm today at (661) 349-9302 to request more information about child visitation rights or to make an appointment for a case review!