Determining a parenting time visitation schedule that is in the best interest of the child or children involved is one of the toughest things courts have to deal with during the divorce settlement process. The non-custodial parent is often concerned about losing input into the child's life, while the custodial parent may be equally concerned about keeping the child on a healthy schedule for school, family time, meals, and other matters necessary for a child's well-being.

At Fausone Bohn, LLP, we see clients every day who are concerned about the parenting time or visitation schedule that will arise out of the divorce. As a skilled, compassionate family law attorney, Mark J. Mandell, will work with both parents to make sure their child's best interests truly are at the heart of the matter. We take the time to explain that the child visitation schedule that is determined by Michigan family law takes into account the child's best interests, as well as the realities of the parents' lifestyles.

If you are concerned about how a child visitation schedule will impact your child after your divorce, or if you have concerns about your visitation or parenting time rights as a noncustodial parent, contact Mark J. Mandell. He will make sure your child's best interests remain at the heart of the matter.

Parenting Time and Visitation Family Law

  • Grandparents' rights
  • Abusive spouse concerns
  • Fixed visitation / parenting time schedules
  • Split custody issues