Visitation Agreement Enforcement Attorneys
It can be very difficult for spouses to agree on some aspects of a divorce settlement, particularly the ones involving child custody and visitation. When a court rules in favor of one parent and limits another to scheduled visitation rights, it can be a frustrating situation. However, agreements must be followed by both parents and any breach of this assignment may be met with legal consequences.
If your former spouse is failing to abide by the terms of agreement, you may be able to take legal action in order to enforce the assigned visitations. Contact the attorneys from the law offices of Klein Law Group, at 561-367-5166 to speak to a knowledgeable lawyer about your case today.
Information about Visitation Agreements
Child custody and visitation agreements are decided based on information given to the courts at the time of the divorce. However, the non-custodial parent may pursue unauthorized visits, or the custodial parent may deny visitation for the other parent. Also, circumstances may change significantly after a agreement is established. It may be possible to pursue the following if there are currently difficulties:
The type of penalty assigned to a parent that disobeys an agreement primarily depends on the manner in which the agreement was broken and the type of action that was taken. It may result in a loss of parental rights or other punishment.
For more information regarding the specific laws surrounding child visitation agreements, contact the attorneys of Klein Law Group, at 561-367-5166.