Possession & Visitation For Parents Who Travel

In a global economy that runs on a 24-hour business cycle, many professionals do not have the benefit of working a predictable 9-to-5 schedule. This can be a challenge for divorced or unwed parents who are splitting up, but it is not insurmountable. It is important for children to have two parents involved in their lives and a dedicated family law attorney can help you protect your custody and visitation rights.

At the Law Office of Mark M. Childress, PLLC., a great portion of our practice is devoted to assisting parents in developing creative parenting plans. Above all else, we want to create parenting plans that serve the best interests of children while making sure parents have full use of their possession and access rights.

Do you frequently travel as a result of your job? We can answer your questions about custody and visitation and help you create a workable parenting plan. Call 817-653-8122 for an initial with an attorney.

The Importance Of Cooperation

Our lawyers will go out of their way and do everything possible to assert and protect your rights as a parent. We are strong negotiators and skillful litigators who are prepared to advocate for you no matter what direction your case moves. But the most helpful thing that can occur for you, and more importantly for your child, is to have a cooperative relationship with his or her other parent.

There will be times when both of you need to work together to ensure that your child is cared for and has a stable home life. Not only will that be wonderful for your child, but it will allow you to be effective at work while still being available for your children during the time you are entitled to with them.

Contact Our Firm In Fort Worth, Texas

Custody and visitation for parents who travel can be a complex issue, but we are ready to protect your rights. To learn more, contact us today for a .