Determining Visitation in New Haven County
Law Offices of William P. Burns Jr. LLC: Legal Representation Throughout
Determining visitation is one of the most emotional and volatile issues
during divorce proceedings. While parental visitation orders are often
the most difficult to agree on, they are not nearly as difficult when
a compassionate and understanding attorney is involved to mediate the
stressful issues at hand.
According to Connecticut state law, the court will mandate visitation orders
for a non-custodial parent based on the best interests of the child or
children involved in the divorce.
- The court will take the following into consideration when determining visitation orders:
- The child's age
- The child's preference (if he or she is at the age to express that
- The child's educational and health needs
- Any history of parental support related to financial, physical, or emotional care
- The parents' physical and emotional health
With the help of a New Haven County family law attorney from Law Offices
of William P. Burns Jr. LLC, our clients may be able to reach an agreement
about visitation orders quickly and with minimal conflict and stress.
We serve in this area of law because we have seen what divorce does to
families and how they can benefit from having a lawyer they can trust
and depend on to get them through such an overwhelming and often difficult
time of life. We strive to be the trustworthy advocates our clients need,
no matter what stage of their case or what their circumstances may be.
Have Questions about Visitation Rights or Schedules? Call 203.930.1600.
We have experience serving in cases that establish, modify, and enforce
visitation orders in Connecticut. At Law Offices of William P. Burns Jr.
LLC, our clients are important to us and we treat each one with respect
Contact our New Haven County divorce lawyers online today to meet with us to discuss your divorce during an