Parenting Time Lawyer in Rancho Cucamonga
Helping You Reach Agreeable Terms in Caring for Your Child
When the parents of children have separated, the children often get caught in the middle. In many cases, parents cannot agree upon reasonable parenting time, which is outlined in a document and determines who maintains custody of the children. When the parents of children cannot come to terms with one another, they end up in family court. Most likely the judge will order the parents to go to mediation so that they can draft an appropriate parenting plan. When this does not work, the parents end up in court before the judge, who will assign temporary custody until an agreement can be made. When you find yourself in this situation, know that you can count on me, Rancho Cucamonga divorce attorney at the Law Office of Gary S. Austin to help you through this complex negotiation.
Get in touch with the Law Office of Gary S. Austin at (951) 363-2525. I can represent you during custody negotiations and protect the interests of you and your children.
Dedicated to Advocating the Rights of Your Children
When defining parenting time, the first and foremost consideration must be the interests of the children. If one parent works full-time and the other does not, it may be best for the children to remain with the non-working parent for the majority of the time, with visitation periods clearly outlined for the working parent. If both parents work full-time, then the most logical solution would be joint custody.
Parenting Time in California
Under California law, parenting time should precisely define when each parent has the children.
This includes times such as:
- Who transports the children to visitation
- Where the children will be on vacations, holidays, and birthdays
- Who maintains care of the child in the daytime, weekends, weeknights, and after school
As an experienced Rancho Cucamonga family lawyer, I can help you draft an appropriate document that outlines agreeable terms for both parties but also making sure that your rights and best interests are advocated. You can trust that all documents from my firm will be legally binding in court, helping you obtain the best outcome possible.
Contact the Law Office of Gary S. Austin at (951) 363-2525 to schedule a time for your free, confidential evaluation of your child custody case.