Child Visitation & Modification

Houston Child Visitation Lawyer

Conflicts over child visitation agreements arise because two parties don't see eye-to-eye when it comes to doing what is best for their child.

At the law firm of Joseph Indelicato, Jr., P.C., we can help you cut through the emotions in order to determine what is best for your child. If the other side doesn't see eye to eye with the visitation agreement we come up with, we know the steps to take. We will do what is right for you and your child.

Visitation Agreements and Divorce

In Houston and throughout Texas, there is something called a standard possession order. It is a statutory visitation plan that allows both parents access to their child. In most cases, the judge will follow this order.

If your case requires deviation from this order, our attorneys will carefully build your case to make it clear to the judge that what is standard isn't right for your child.

Visitation Agreement Modification

Do you need to change an existing visitation agreement? Is your former spouse attempting to make a change that doesn't make sense to you?

Our lawyers understand the process that is used to modify an existing visitation plan. Whether you are interested in moving away for a new job, your former spouse has remarried someone who doesn't want your kids to be around, or there is any other reason for a change, we can help.

Visitation Agreement Enforcement

If your former spouse has not been following the schedule outlined in the visitation agreement, there are steps you can take. Our lawyers can stand by your side to make certain the divorce order is followed.

Talk to a Board-Certified Family Law Attorney

Call us at (713) 952-1115 or contact us to speak with our firm serving Houston and the surrounding parts of Texas.

The law firm of Joseph Indelicato, Jr., P.C., represents people in Houston and the surrounding parts of Texas, including Sugar Land, Missouri City, Richmond/Rosenberg, Katy, Bellaire, Pearland, Alvin, Pasadena, Baytown, La Porte, Galveston, Texas City, League City, Clear Lake, Friendswood, Webster, as well as all cities within Harris County, Fort Bend County, Brazoria County and Galveston County.