It is recognized in South Carolina family law that is important for parents to have a role in the lives of their children. As a result, even parents who do not have any physical custody are able to have visitation with their children. If you have questions about your visitation rights or any child-custody-related issues, you can rely on our experienced family law attorney at Aaron & Aaron to guide you in the right direction.

Obtaining Or Modifying Visitation Rights

Although visitation rights and obligations will initially be set forth in the parenting plan established during the divorce process, changes in the future may necessitate a change to that plan and a parent's custody rights. We look at all the potential factors that can be used to gain or take away visitation rights to build a powerful case on behalf of you and your children. A few of these factors include:

  • Income
  • Residential arrangements
  • Desires of the parents and child
  • Past and current interactions with the child
  • Manipulation or coercive behavior
  • Attempts to disparage the other parent in front of the child
  • Attempts to prevent the other parent from contacting the child
  • How actively involved the parent is in the child's life

Whether you wish to seek additional visitation time with your child or you believe that your ex-spouse should have less time with your child due to his or her misconduct, our in-depth understanding of these and all other relevant visitation issues allows us to serve as the dedicated advocates you need.

We also handle issues involving grandparents who are seeking visitation when their child is not involved in the lives of their grandchildren.

Get A Free Consultation

Arrange a free initial consultation by contacting our Clemson visitation lawyers today.