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We can help with child custody, possession and access

On Behalf of | Aug 10, 2021 | Divorce |

Let’s face it, divorce can be scary, especially when one did not file for it or when a couple has a child. Indeed, the parent-child bond is indescribably strong, and the ideal of not being there for one’s child is horrifying for most parents. Though, by calling The Veenstra Law Firm, P.L.L.C., we can protect our clients’ parental rights and ensure a favorable parenting schedule during a divorce and post-divorce.

Types of services needed

Founding attorney, Samuel W. Veenstra, has pursued all types of child and family legal issues during a divorce and post-divorce through League City and across Harris, Galveston and Brazoria counties. These family law legal issues include visitation and parenting time, including parental relocation. We have also attained modifications of custody and parenting time orders, along with resolving high-conflict situations where collaborative parenting seemed impossible.

Collaborative parenting

The Veenstra Law Firm, P.L.L.C., always recommends this collaborative approach to parenting, divorce and child custody issues. This minimizes the affect a divorce has on children, and it allows parents to work together to ensure the child’s best interests are always at the heart of what the parents do. Though, the rights and interests of our clients are always paramount, and when needed, we litigate.

Texas possession and access schedules

In Texas, the noncustodial parent’s child possession and access is manded by the family law court through a court-ordered visitation schedule. This is why it is so important to contact a lawyer to ensure that this order is not limited, and if one already has an unfair child custody order, contact our office. We help our clients pursue access schedules that meet everyone’s needs.