In a divorce proceeding, the determination of visitation rights is important to maintaining your child's well-being. When one party in a divorce is granted conservatorship or primary custody, the other party can still request visitation. Depending on the circumstance, visitation rights can foster a healthy co-parenting relationship. Visitation laws in Texas are complex and numerous, and you should get our lawyer on your side to help navigate the state's legal system. At the Law Office of Brett H. Pritchard, our attorney has over 19 years of experience, and we have assisted in countless cases in the Lone Star State.
Texas state law specifies that the court will devise a comprehensive, year-round visitation schedule during a divorce proceeding, including weekends and holidays. The court arranges a schedule that is in the best interests of the child. In certain circumstances where a child's safety or interests may be at risk, the court can approve visitation with a court-approved supervisor present. Our lawyer can also help with post-divorce adjustments to the visitation schedule in the event of a parent's change of status or a parent moving away to another state.