In a Texas Child Custody Case, Visitation is Just One Part of a Complex Parenting Plan
A Texas child custody case can involve several complicated issues surrounding the questions about the child’s best interests. Parents involved in a divorce have to make important decisions when it comes to a parenting plan for their child.
Parenting plans can be drafted by the parents alone, but sometimes a Richardson child custody attorney can help ensure your rights as a parent are protected as you work to develop a plan for the child’s future. For parents, often one of the most important parts of the parenting plan is establishing a visitation schedule so that both parents can play a role if that’s in the best interest of the child.
There are several things to consider when coming up with a visitation schedule:
- Where will the child live during the week?
- Where will the child spend weekends?
- Who will transport the child to activities?
- Where will the child spend summers?
- How will holidays be divided?
- What special considerations need to be made to accommodate visits?
These are just some of the questions that will be raised, and as parents work on a parenting plan for their children, there are many issues that will come into play. The complexities can make it difficult to ensure that the child’s needs are met and your parental rights are protected. (insert link to A Texas Child Custody Case Involves a Parenting Plan and a Richardson Attorney Can Help Part A)
A Richardson Child Custody Attorney Can Help with Your Parenting Plan
Making decisions about your child’s future during a Texas child custody case can be difficult. An attorney from the Richardson Law Firm of Warren and Migliaccio can help. Call today at 1-888-584-9614.