Buffalo Divorce Lawyer Looks at Parenting Time
As a knowledgeable Buffalo Divorce Lawyer, people who come to me initially about divorces are always very concerned about how the time is going to be shared between the parties with the children. Parents are always very concerned about losing time with their children and having as much time as they can after the divorce process with their children. When determining how the children’s time is going to be shared, that may be done outside of court between your attorneys. You and the other party, with the assistance of your attorney, may be able to, by looking at the party’s respective work schedules and the children’s schedules, obtain a schedule which will offer both parents meaningful consistent access with the children. If the court’s going to be involved, an attorney is going to be assigned to represent the children in most cases. That attorney is going to be called an Attorney for the Child or sometimes called a Law Guardian and that attorney is going to help the parties and the parties’ attorneys reach a resolution as to how to share the time. The court is looking to what’s in the best interest of the children and to divide the time in a way that the children have consistency and adequate time with both of their parents.
Are you about to go through a divorce and are nervous about the amount of parenting time you will receive? If so, contact the experienced Buffalo Divorce Lawyer Rebecca Talmud.