Clients will come to me as a Rochester Child Custody, and ask how the courts decide on visitation schedules.
- In visitation matters, the court will consider many factors, using the child’s best interest as its guiding principle.
- If the parties are unable to agree on what’s best for their child, the court must do so.
- Questions such as, “Who is the better parent to have legal custody? Where is it best for that child to live? How much access is appropriate for each parent?” are factored in.
- In rendering its decision, a court will focus on what’s best for the child, not what’s most convenient for the parents.
Are you unable to decide on a visitation schedule with your ex? Contact dedicated Rochester Child Custody Michael Ranzenhofer for navigation.