Orlando Visitation Interference Lawyer
Has your former spouse interfered with your visitation rights? Has your child’s mother or father been late to pick up the child, failed to communicate a schedule change or simply denied you visitation? Your shared parenting plan outlines your visitation rights, and an experienced family law attorney can help you enforce those rights so you can get the time you need with your child.
At the office of Timothy W. Terry, Attorney at Law, we represent parents throughout central Florida in family law disputes involving children. We will listen to your concerns and help you seek a resolution with the other parent through negotiations and, if necessary, in the courtroom.
E-mail or call us at 407-495-2399 to schedule an initial consultation with an experienced Orlando visitation interference attorney, free of charge.
Helping With Visitation Interference
When you get divorced or go through a separate action if you were unmarried parents, the court will establish custody and visitation rights, known as a shared parenting plan in Florida. This will include the time-sharing schedule.
When the other parent does not follow the schedule or time-sharing plan, it can disrupt not only your life, but also your child’s life. We are committed to helping parents who have been unable to visit with their children because of the other parent’s interference, whether intentional or unintentional.
Regardless of the reason for the interference, we can help you protect your time-sharing rights. If the violations continue, we can help you seek an enforcement/contempt action or a modification of your shared parenting plan.
We also represent parents who have been accused of interfering with visitation rights. In these circumstances, we can defend your rights and find a solution that works for you and your child.
Contact a Child Custody Interference Attorney Serving Palm Bay and Central Florida
To get more than 30 years of experience on your side, call on the law office of Timothy W. Terry, Attorney at Law. E-mail or call us at 407-495-2399 to discuss your visitation interference case with a lawyer at the firm.