As with child custody, visitation matters are decided with the best interests of the children in mind. We represent our clients at the mediation table and in the courtroom in defending visitation rights.
"Parenting time is in the best interest of both children and parents."
A non-custodial parent or parent who does not have legal custody or joint custody is entitled to substantial visitation rights. Oklahoma law has clear standards when it comes to awarding visitation rights. According to the general rule, the best interests of the children are to have maximum interaction with both parents. That can include various visitation options such as weeknights, every other weekend, alternate holidays and birthdays, and two weeks over the summer. Establishing visitation rights for other important people in a child's life can also be accomplished in some cases.
David C. Fisher, P.C. can help you work to establish a workable parenting plan that is in the best interests of your children.
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