Charleston Visitation Attorneys
Shaw Law Firm, LLC: Reliable Legal Counsel
In South Carolina, our legislators have determined that every child is entitled to the companionship of both of their parents. This means that the non-custodial parent is usually granted visitation rights unless there is a legitimate threat on the safety of the child. If you and your former spouse are unable to agree on a visitation schedule, it is prudent to retain our Charleston divorce lawyers who can mediate and help the parents come to a reasonable solution with the best interests of the child or children in mind.
- A visitation schedule determines the following:
- The amount of time each parent may spend with the child
- Holiday and vacation schedules
- Circumstances concerning visitation
If there is a dispute about visitation, a guardian ad litem may be appointed to the child in order to independently investigate any issues or claims that have arisen. At Shaw Law Firm, LLC, we can provide this representation for you.
Modifying Current Visitation Orders
Visitation rights can be modified through the court if there is a change in circumstances, if a parent prohibits the child from visiting with the other parent, or if a parent interferes with scheduled visitation. At Shaw Law Firm, LLC, our family law lawyers can help whether you are negotiating a visitation schedule or seeking to enforce one that has been established.
We are dedicated to protecting the best interests of you and your children and will work hard to advocate for your rights and interests in and out of the courtroom.
Call Our Charleston Divorce Attorneys Today!
To speak with a competent and experienced Charleston divorce lawyer, call Shaw Law Firm, LLC anytime during normal business hours. A graduate of The Thomas M. Cooley School of Law and a member of the South Carolina Bar, Charleston County Bar, and American Bar Association, our attorney, Heather Shaw, would be happy to schedule a consultation appointment with you to discuss the circumstances pertaining to your case.
Call our offices today at (843) 256-3499 to get started with your case.