Parenting Time

​”Parenting time” – formerly referred to as “visitation” – is a term that courts use to address when children will be in the care of each parent. Parenting time can be an agreement between the parents or can be court ordered, but is always designed to be in the best interest of the children.

All child custody orders must include parenting plans and must identify a minimum amount of parenting time for the parent who does not have custody. Parenting plans can be complex or relatively straightforward, depending on the circumstances.

It’s hard for parents to be away from children after a divorce or separation. Co-parenting can be difficult.  Securing the time you deserve with your children is a top priority and Alexis Bishop Stern is an experienced, compassionate family law attorney who will fight for your rights.

Alexis has years of experience working with professionals, judges, mediators, and other attorneys regarding the best interests of children and how that impacts parenting time schedules and court orders.  She brings years of knowledge and experience to the table when handling matters relating to time with your children.

If you need legal representation determining parenting time as part of a divorce or child custody matter, Alexis has the knowledge and experience to advocate for your family’s best interests.  Contact her today to discuss your rights as a parent.