If you are in the middle of a divorce, you can expect to start hearing questions about custody and parenting time. Parenting time used to be called “visitation,” and you may be slightly more familiar with this term.
Parenting time is determined on a case-by-case basis, and can be fluid. It is primarily used to refer to the time the noncustodial parent spends with the child. The court and parents work together, with their divorce lawyers, to determine an appropriate amount of parenting time for the noncustodial parent that works with the parents’ schedules. Typically, parents are advised to work out the parenting portion of their divorce on their own or through divorce mediation, since only you know the nuances of your schedules.
In today’s blog post from The Law Offices of Michael D. Miller Jr., we’re sharing some general information about how parenting time is determined and what factors are involved in that decision. Continue reading to learn more, and if you’re in need of a divorce lawyer in Chandler, contact us today.