If you’re concerned about the safety of your child in your ex-spouse’s exclusive care, speak with an attorney from our team of Texas divorce lawyers who can put child family law to work for you by investigating the details of your case to build a compelling argument to put before the court.
When the court has reason to suspect that your ex-spouse may be engaged in harmful behavior or pose some threat to your child, it may order supervised visitation. This is common when accusations of alcoholism or drug abuse have been substantiated with some kind of evidence against your ex-spouse.
Supervised visitation takes place between the non-custodial parent, the child, and a third party, who can be:
• a family member;
• a close friend; or
• a court-appointed supervisor.
The nature of the visitation privileges often rest on the seriousness of the allegations against the non-custodial parent. In extreme cases, such as when there’s evidence of child abuse, someone from social services or a similar organization will supervise the visitations.
However, if the non-custodial parent has no history of abuse against the other parent or the child, the supervisor will usually be a family member or friend. When you believe your child is in need of supervised visitation, speak with one of our divorce lawyers in Texas who has handled child custody cases before and is able to protect the best interests of your child.
Contacting Divorce Lawyers in Texas
The divorce and child family law attorneys at Warren & Migliaccio have years of experience dealing with child custody and other regions around Texas, and we’ll use that training to provide you peace of mind for the future, whatever the circumstances for your divorce or family law situation. From the initial consultation until the day your divorce is finalized, our divorce lawyers in Texas at Warren & Migliaccio are here to advocate on behalf of you and your children. Contact our Dallas law firm today at 1-888-584-9614.