If The Custodial Parent Refuses To Honor Your Visitation Agreement
In every parenting plan, there are very clear instructions included that define how much time and which days the children will spend with each parent. The parenting plan becomes binding on both parents once it has been approved by the court. The parents are required by law to make all necessary accommodations in order to ensure that the provisions of the agreement are met.
In some cases, extraordinary circumstances such as work conflicts, illness, car trouble or other issues make it impossible for the terms of the agreement to be met. In these situations, most parents make alternate arrangements so that any missed time is made up. When a parent deliberately acts to interfere with the terms of the agreement, however, it can constitute parental alienation and the violation of a court order.
If you are experiencing difficulty because the other parent is not complying with the terms of your parenting plan, you can petition the court for relief. There are specific processes involved with resolving these matters, and it is important that you have an experienced New York child custody attorney representing you from the start.
Working To Ensure Compliance With Your Custody Agreement
Attorney Jeffrey DeRoberts and the legal team at DeRoberts Law Firm have successfully resolved disputes on behalf of clients on both sides of cases involving interference with visitation. The firm has represented noncustodial parents who were denied access to their children, as well as custodial parents whose former spouses refused to fulfill their obligations under the parenting plan.
In every case, Mr. DeRoberts conducts a complete investigation of the situation. He reviews the parenting plan to determine exactly what the order specifies and works closely with you to gain a complete understanding of the violations you believe have occurred. If the behavior you describe constitutes an actual violation, Mr. DeRoberts will help you take the necessary steps to remedy the situation.
Discuss Your Questions With A Visitation Rights Lawyer
Disputes involving your children can be emotional and frustrating. Attorney DeRoberts provides an objective view and helps to keep the discussion focused on the legal issues that need to be resolved. He diligently pursues every available option in an effort to secure the best possible outcome on your family’s behalf. Call 315-479-6445, or send an email for a free initial consultation.