Standard Types of Child Visitation Agreements

Going through a divorce can be hard on you as well as your children, especially when you and your spouse are trying to agree on the appropriate visitation schedule for the non-custodial parent. Assuming that your children are going to be allowed to see their other parent, it’s important to choose the visitation agreement that best suits the emotional and physical needs of the child or children in question. The attorneys of Alexander & Associates help Lewisville families with a variety of child visitation arrangements, including the standard types.

Common Child Visitation Arrangements

There are numerous ways to construct a child visitation agreement for your situation, but most parents choose from a few standard or common arrangements. For instance, the following are some of the most common arrangements:

  • Weekend visitation
  • Holiday visitation
  • Alternate week visitation
  • Telephone visitations
  • Live-in parent rotations
  • Third-party visitations

Though many couples choose one of these standard types of visitation for their children, you are by no means required to do so. You might create a visitation schedule that is wholly unique but that better suits the needs of you, your children, and your children’s other parent.

Contact a Child Visitation Attorney in Lewisville

If you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse or you and your child’s other parent are trying to set up a child visitation agreement, it is important to discuss your situation with a knowledgeable lawyer. Contact the dedicated attorneys of Alexander & Associates today at (972) 420-6560 to learn more about how we can assist you with this important decision so that you create the best possible arrangement for everyone.