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Parenting Time/ Visitation

Parenting Time Attorneys in Littleton & Parker, Colorado

When parents divorce or separate, they are faced with the critical issue of establishing a "parenting time" arrangement. Parenting time (formerly known as "visitation") refers to the amount of time the children spend with each parent. At Prendergast & Associates, P.C., we have extensive experience handling all aspects of the Allocation of Parenting Rigts and Responsibilities (child custody arrangements), including parenting time issues.

Contact us today at 303-797-3300 to speak with an experienced family law attorney. We have law offices conveniently located in Littleton and Parker, Colorado.

Parenting Time Solutions

At Prendergast & Associates, P.C., we help people throughout Colorado with complex and high-conflict child custody issues, including parenting time disputes. We strive to reach resolutions on these issues through negotiation and mediation whenever possible. A lengthy courtroom battle often leaves no winners. But if we cannot achieve the best interests of your child through negotiation, we are always prepared to go to trial on your behalf.

The court needs to be impressed about why it is not best for the children for the parents to have a 50/50 parenting plan. If you believe that your child needs more time with you, our lawyers can help you put together a compelling case to present to the court. If yourspouse or ex spouse is trying to keep the children away from you or if they are engaging in bully tactics such as parental alienation, then we will be fully prepared to stand up for your parental rights.

You have a number of options to choose from, you can negioate for a 50/50 plan, a tradational plan of every other weekend and alternating holidays, various rotation plans such as a " 4334 plan".  Entire books have been written on establishing an effective parenting time plan.

At Prendergast & Associates P.C. we have significant experience in dealing with cases inpacted by various from of mental illness, substance abuse, sexual assault, physical or mental disabilities or impairments. In recent years they have handled more and more cases where a child has suffered from autism.  These cases bring special challanges to a family that is already financinally and emotionally taxed.

Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation Today

If you need help establishing a parenting plan or any other child custody issue, we can help. Contact us today online or by telephone at 303-797-3300 to speak with an experienced Colorado family law attorney. For your convenience, we offer free initial consultations and accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover credit cards.