At O'Sullivan Law Group, we focus on family law and are dedicated to protecting your rights. We have seen the way that divorces can tear families apart and we strive to protect your best interest by guiding you towards the right decisions.
No matter what other effects a divorce may have, promoting an active, nurturing relationship between parents and children will always be an important goal. Our Morris County divorce lawyer's priority is to ensure that your children's interests are also kept in mind throughout the course of the divorce, especially while we are drafting parenting or visitation plans.
When children’s future schedules are decided, minimizing the potential for conflict between the parents is always a good thing. Because of that, it is wise to make the parenting time plan as specific as possible. Our Morris County family law attorney in Morris County will work with you to determine the best possible course of action for your parenting plan.
There are also other details which need to be discussed, such as how contingencies like illnesses or other unpredictable events will be managed. With years of experience in negotiating these matters, we can fight for you to make sure you get what’s best for your family.
If one parent has a history of drug or alcohol abuse, domestic violence, or any other type of conduct that’s likely to be detrimental to the children, the court may deny visitation rights altogether. However, recognizing that children benefit tremendously from having relationships with both parents, courts will more often order what is known as therapeutic supervised visitation (TSV).
If you would like to discuss the details of your individual case and learn how our Morris County child visitation lawyer can help, please reach out to us now at (973) 947-8699.