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Visitation Rights Lawyers in Boca Raton, Palm Beach and Broward Counties

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Although Florida’s family law courts tend to stay away from the terms “visitation” and “custody” and instead focus on “shared parenting” as a means of determining these matters, it will still be necessary to address child custody, support and possibly visitation rights in your divorce. At The Orner Law Firm, we are here to offer you the legal support and guidance you need when facing these matters. Our attorneys have over 35 years of collective legal experience and are committed to providing the personalized attention and dedicated counsel our clients deserve.

Whether you are a mother, a father or even a grandparent, a Boca Raton visitation attorney at our firm can discuss your legal rights and your options with you in regard to custody and visitation. If you are facing a dispute or are trying to work out a visitation arrangement that works best for you and your spouse, our competent lawyers can address the matter and help you reach a solution that helps you and your children. We are skilled in handling matters of this regard in relation to contested divorces, uncontested divorces, and collaborative divorces.

Shared Parental Responsibility and Visitation in Florida

Shared parental responsibility means that both parents are involved in their child’s lives. It is most often preferred that both parents take an active role in raising their children, as this is better for the child. In fact, Florida’s public policy on the matter is to ensure that children have frequent, continued contact with both parents after a divorce. As such, visitation is important. A child may live with one parent and the other will set up frequent visitation, or the child may live with both parents and visitation may not be a factor in those cases.

Whatever matters you are dealing with in regard to visitation rights, child custody or any related situation, please contact a Boca Raton visitation rights lawyer today to make sure your rights are well-protected.
The Orner Law Firm, P.A.

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