Court custody and visitation rights proceedings
The parents concerned feel particularly burdened in proceedings relating to custody and visitation rights. When parents are married both have custody. If the parents are not married, only the mother has custody per se, but the parents can agree on joint custody or the father can also apply for it in court. Visitation rights, are about who takes care of the common children and when.
If an agreement is not possible, another solution is needed
In the best-case scenario, the parents can agree on these issues. If that doesn’t work, it can be very difficult for everyone involved. Many parents go to sleep thinking about the argument about the child and wake up the next day with it. Parents want the best for their child. It becomes difficult when the good wishes for the child diverge widely or children are used as an instrument to take revenge on the ex-partner for alleged insults.
We support you in and out of court
We support you in finding a solution that is right for you and your children.