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Child Custody and Visitation

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In any divorce or separation involving children, child custody and visitation are major issues as parents seek outcomes that they believe are in their best interest as parents, as well as in the best interest of their children. To make sure you understand your parental rights during divorce, it is crucial to seek the advice an experienced family law attorney and child custody lawyer.

At Black & Black, LLC, we represent parents in Greenville and throughout South Carolina in matters of child custody and visitation. We understand how personal these issues are and strive to provide our clients with personalized attention and support as they make important decisions that will have an impact on the future of their children.

Call us at 864-242-3991 for a free initial consultationwith a Greenville child custody lawyer.


The Best Interests of the Child

This term is the key to resolving child custody and visitation issues. When parents are unable to negotiate a custody and visitation arrangement between themselves, a judge in family court will be tasked with making a ruling that represents the best interest of the child. The judge will consider a number of factors, including the child's needs, the parenting abilities of the parents and the previous parenting arrangement.

A non-custodial parent will usually be granted standard visitation. For example, visitation may include every other weekend, alternating holidays and visitation time during school holiday breaks. In most cases, it is in the best interest of parents to reach an agreement outside of court.  As long as their agreement is deemed to be in the best interest of the child, the judge is likely to approve any agreement parents reach.

Protect Your Rights

As a parent you have the right to remain an integral part of your child's life whether you are married or divorced.  Contact us today for a free initial consultation with a Greenville child custody attorney