Following a divorce, many issues need to be discussed. This is a very stressful time for a family, especially when children are involved. No parent wants to put their child through the difficult process of divorce, but sometimes it is the best course of action for everyone involved. Divorce legalities and agreements should be handled by an experienced and compassionate family law attorney. At the law firm of Sammons, Olivero, & Paraschos, it is the goal of our West Virginia Family Law Attorneys to provide your family with caring legal representation in order to make the best decisions for your children and yourself.

When children are involved in a divorce, both parents need to agree on visitation and child custody arrangements. Visitation is established when parents are required to work together to establish visiting arrangements. It is important to a child’s development that they spend time with both parents when it is possible. When determining visitation schedules, spouses can work together to arrange a plan that meets the needs of both parents and the child or the court can establish one if the parties cannot agree. Visitation agreements are enforced until the child turns 18-years-old. Once the child is no longer a minor visitation with parents is no longer an issue enforced by the courts.

The Huntington child visitation attorneys at Sammons, Olivero, & Paraschos are experienced in reaching agreements between both parties in matters dealing with visitation. We also deal with grandparent’s visitation rights in custody agreements. It is important that you discuss your concerns with one of our family law attorneys as soon as possible following a divorce or separation decision. It is in the best interest of you and your child to evaluate all options and work with an attorney to advocate for an outcome in your favor.

We are child visitation attorneys in Huntington, West Virginia who are always looking out for the best interests of your child. Studies have shown that children who have grown up with both parents involved in their upbringing are more successful and happy later in life. When working with you on your visitation agreement we will consider the situation of both parents, along with the child, and make suggestions on the best course of action.

Call a West Virginia Child visitation lawyer today from the law offices of Sammons, Olivero, & Paraschos to get started settling your divorce or child visitation issues today. Call 304-522-7730 for a free consultation.