One of the biggest challenges a parent may face is sharing their child's time with the other parent when the parents do not live together. This situation can
be hard for parents to handle when they were never married or are angry after a divorce. The parent's separation may leave one feeling angry and distrustful of the other. It may be uncomfortable to see the other parent when they pick up their child for parenting time. It may be difficult to know the right things to say when your child talks about their time with the other parent. Combine these worries with feelings of loss and loneliness a parent sometimes experiences when a child leaves to be with the other parent and problems surrounding possession and access often arise.
If the court-ordered times of possession and access with your child are being denied or a parent is not following the possession schedule, the Domestic Relations Office may be able to assist. Our staff of attorneys, mediators and mental health professionals are specially trained and highly experienced with possession and access issues.
Resolution involves each party looking at what is best for their children
This is a three step process. The first step is a consultation with one of our enforcement attorneys. In the second step, the parties will participate in parent conferences where information is collected, the court order is explained and guidance is given. Resolution involves each party looking at what is best for their children. If there is no resolution, the third step of court intervention may be necessary.
The majority of cases are resolved through this process without court intervention. Contact our Office to schedule an appointment.