Child Visitation Attorney Kirkland

Child visitation matters usually arise during a divorce when the spouses cannot make their own decisions about which parent the children should live with. Children in a divorcing marriage are the most important factor for the courts, and the factor in which a majority of the decisions are based on.

Spouses must work diligently to ensure that their children’s’ lives are not impacted negatively and are able keep the same routine as they are accustomed to.  Eagle Law Offices, P.S. can help to resolve issues of visitation regarding your children whether you go to court or not.

Child visitation allows the non-custodial parent to retain a level of involvement in the children’s lives. When the family court makes a decision, they will take into account a number of different factors to determine the best schedule and frequency of visits. All in all, the decision made by the courts is always made in the best interest of any children involved.

Eagle Law Offices, P.S. offers our clients effective communication, thorough examination of evidence and strong negotiating skills. Call us at 1-877-579-0650 to speak to our Child Visitation Attorney or schedule a confidential consultation today. We look forward to hearing from you.

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