A child visitation lawyer will work within two areas of the court of common pleas. The court of domestic relations and the juvenile court. In both courts, it is important for the child visitation lawyer to explain to the client that the duty of support and the right of visitation are separate and do not depend upon each other. In Juvenile court the client can be ordered to pay support and will receive no visitation until they file a motion with the court to have visitation established.
A child visitation lawyer can explain this to be sure the client receives their rights of visitation with their child. When petitioning the court for visitation, the child visitation lawyer should make clear to the client that boys and girls have adequate sleeping arrangements. It is almost always better for the boys and girls to be separated in different rooms.
If you have a divorce or visitation/custody case, contact our offices to obtain the desired results. All consultations are free, and we do offer payment plans