Visitation/Parenting Time - Establish, Modify & Enforce

Corvallis And Albany Visitation And Parenting Time Attorneys

As a parent, you want to ensure that your children's interests are protected both during and after the divorce. Making the transition from living under one roof to sharing time between parents can be made smoother when you work with an experienced and skilled lawyer. For more than 25 years, people throughout Oregon have turned to Evashevski, Elliott, Cihak & Hediger, P.C., for legal services in the area of family law. We are known for our ability to undertake complex cases and for our proven track record. You can turn to us for guidance.

Establishing Visitation and Parenting Time Schedules

Parenting time is the term used to describe the time each parent will spend with their child after a divorce. Parenting time (visitation) is determined based on several factors including the distance between the parents' homes, the age of the child and siblings, if any, and the best interests of the child or children. A parenting time plan outlines holiday schedules, spring, summer and winter break schedules and the regular weekly schedule of time the child will spend with each parent.

Our Corvallis and Albany visitation lawyers will help explain the entire process involved in the development of a parenting time plan and will make sure that the your interests are kept in the forefront at all times.

Visitation Modifications and Enforcements

Over time, your situation may change. Our lawyers will represent your interests in seeking a modification to your current custody or parenting time arrangements. We also represent parents in legal actions involving enforcement of parenting time when visitation with a child is denied.

Serving the Willamette Valley — Corvallis Parenting Time Attorneys

Please contact our Oregon offices to schedule an initial consultation. At your consultation you will meet with an experienced attorney at our firm who will provide an objective assessment of your situation. Contact us by email or by telephone at 541-402-4470 (Corvallis office), 541-917-0100 (Albany office).