Parenting Time and Visitation

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In Michigan family law courts, judges presume that it is in the child's best interest to enjoy the benefits of both parents. When making decisions about custody and child support, parenting time for both parents is an important consideration. Except under highly unusual circumstances, judges simply do not deny either parent visitation rights. In the most severe cases of parental negligence, the courts will order supervised parenting time with a professional.

If you are a parent involved in a parenting time dispute with your child's other parent, call the Law Offices of Harris & Literski, in Brighton.

Our attorneys offer more than 100 years of combined experience representing clients in disputes and litigation matters involving custody and parenting time issues, such as:

  • Denial of parenting time
  • Interference of parenting time
  • Move-away petitions, custodial parent relocation
  • Modification of visitation schedule
  • Child support modification

Is Your Child's Other Parent Interfering With Your Parenting Time?

Parenting time agreements are court orders. If one parent interferes with parenting time by the other parent, such as returning the child late from a scheduled visit, taking the child to an extracurricular activity during scheduled parenting time or dissuading a child from attending a scheduled event, it can be considered contempt of court.

If you are involved in a parenting dispute that involves interference with your parenting schedule, talk to one of our attorneys today.

From offices in Brighton, our lawyers provide legal advice and representation for clients throughout our area. Contact us to arrange a free consultation with an experienced Brighton parenting time lawyer today. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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