Get Help Negotiating Visitation Agreements
In a divorce or child custody case, one of the biggest challenges can be dividing the time a child or children spends with each parent. One of the first things a parent should consider when determining visitation is what works best for the child. At Sandoval Family law, we can help you peacefully negotiate an agreement that serves both your and your child’s best interests.
What You Should Know About Child Custody Visitation in Texas
The Texas Family Code provides a standard, called a Standard Possession Order, to make the process of determining visitation easier. Typically, courts will default to a 44/ 56 split, with the primary parent spending the majority of the time with the child or children.
However, there are some cases in which parents wish to divide time more evenly or create a visitation schedule that differs from the default. Factors that can be considered are proximity, the co-parent relationship, and time a child spends with third parties.
Contact Sandoval Law Firm To Learn More About Child Custody and Visitation Agreements
If you’re facing child custody issues, our attorneys can provide the professional support you need to resolve your situation. To schedule an initial strategy session, please send us an email or call 512-580-2449. We serve Travis County and Austin TX.