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When Child Visitation issues arise, you want a knowledgeable and experienced attorney by your side. You need a dedicated advocate to protect your rights.
The last thing you want is to appear before a judge without representation by a Clenney & Palmer child visitation lawyer.
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The standard child visitation schedule look something like this:
The parents alternate the holidays as follows:
CHILD VISITATION IN ALABAMA
If you and the other parent agree on your custody and visitation schedule, you can have any schedule you want. If there is no agreement, the child visitation attorneys at Clenney & Palmer will negotiate with the other parent or the other parent's attorney to secure the best visitation schedule for you.
If no agreement is reached between the parties regarding a visitation schedule, the judge will determine it. Alabama doesn't have a standard visitation schedule for the state, but many counties and judges have a standard schedule they order when the parents don't agree. The judge can order almost any visitation terms as he/her see proper under the facts and circumstances of your situation.
The standard schedules from the courts differ in exchange times, holidays, and summer break time. All of the standard schedules are meant to be the minimum amount of time that the non-custodial parent has with the child.
The child visitation lawyers at Clenney & Palmer practice in multiple counties in Alabama and know what the courts or judge use as their standard visitation schedule.
Remember, if you and the other parent agree on your custody and visitation schedule, you can have any arrangements you want. The court only orders a standard schedule when the parents do not agree.