When you aren't your child's custodial parent, you might have visitation rights in the child custody order. Being able to see your child and build a meaningful relationship with your child depends on you being able to have those visits. This is one reason why it is ultimately important for you to take the time you need to spend with your child.
If you are having to fight for visitation of your child, we can help you to learn about the options that you have for seeing your child. This isn't an easy situation for you to be in, and we understand this. Instead of just sitting back and accepting the situation, you can take action to try to be an active parent in your child's life. You shouldn't have to watch your child from afar when you are willing to help raise your child.
We know that you might be concerned about what is going to happen if you pursue your right to parent your child. While we can't predict the future, we can promise you that we will help you to think about how each of the options you have might impact your life and your child's life.
You must remember that the goal of child custody cases are to do what is best for the child. If you are fighting to see your child, we can attempt to show why your child needs a relationship with you. We can work to get an order that places your child in the best possible place to forge a relationship with you.