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Developing Visitation Schedules for Couples in St. Charles County & Lincoln County

Once a favorable child custody agreement has been developed, the next step for most parents is to create a visitation schedule. While some parents who are on amicable speaking terms can agree to their own schedule, it may be highly beneficial for you to speak with a lawyer from Winghaven Law, LLC to make sure you have in-depth knowledge of the Missouri legal system on your side. When you work with our firm, we can make sure that your visitation schedule best suits the needs of your family, as well as abides by all laws governing family cases in the state.

By having an O'Fallon divorce lawyer from our firm on your side, you can be confident that your case is in good hands. Most visitation schedules are drafted to serve the best interests of minor children. We can work with you to help you understand how the visitation laws and custody can affect you and your family and strive to ensure that you are able to receive a favorable visitation schedule. Of course, if you have a schedule already in place but you need to modify an existing court order, you can turn to our team for assistance.

Other factors concerning visitation governed by Missouri Revised Statutes § 452.400 include:

  • A parent may be denied visitation if the court finds that visitation would endanger the child or if the parent has been found guilty of a felony.
  • The court may order supervised visitation if it is in the best interest of the child to not have unsupervised visitation with a parent.
  • Showing proof of treatment and rehabilitation to the court is required before unsupervised visitation may be ordered after the court has previously restricted a parent's visitation rights because of allegations of abuse or domestic violence.
  • The court may modify an order granting or denying visitation rights whenever the modification would serve the best interests of the child.

Contact a Legal Professional from Winghaven Law, LLC

If you have questions or concerns regarding your visitation schedule, or how working with a talented divorce lawyer from our team can benefit your case, look no further than Winghaven Law, LLC. We have years of experience in providing outstanding representation and favorable cases resolutions to our clients. We encourage you to contact our office today and request a consultation with a member of our staff as soon as possible.

Winghaven Law, LLC represents cases throughout the community, including the areas of Lake St. Louis, St. Peters, Wentzville, Weldon Spring, Foristell, and New Melle.

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