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Visitation Rights in Massachusetts

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Divorce can be a difficult process as there are many different issues that must be addressed and resolved — including the important issue of child custody. If you have been denied custody of your child, you may be able to obtain visitation rights so that you can maintain a relationship with your child. Your visitation schedule can depend on a number of factors, and your visitation rights can be enforced in different ways. If you have questions about your situation, the best way to receive the answers you need is to talk to a Massachusetts family law attorney who is experienced in custody and visitation laws.

In many cases, the court will mandate a visitation schedule that must be adhered to in order to prevent legal repercussions. If you and your ex-spouse are not on "good terms," then you may greatly benefit from a set weekly visitation schedule. If you and your ex-spouse can communicate easily, you may be able to receive reasonable visitation — which essentially means that you and your ex-spouse can work out visitation times each week rather than sticking to the same schedule. Reasonable visitation offers advantages because this schedule will be much more flexible and conducive to your life and that of your child's other parent.

Call KRP Law, LLC for Dedicated Legal Representation

If you are facing divorce and you wish to establish favorable visitation rights, choose a dedicated divorce lawyer in Salem, MA who can assist you. KRP Law, LLC is dedicated to helping you. If you have already been through the divorce process, have obtained undesirable visitation rights, or if you are seeking a modification of some sort, choose my firm for dedicated support. I am Attorney Kevin Prendergast and I have over 15 years of legal experience. Do not hesitate to contact my firm for skillful legal representation from an attorney who can fight for you.


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