Interference With Visitation Attorney in Salt Lake City
If your ex is not providing you with visitation according to the terms of your custody/parent time agreement, our lawyers can help. In Utah, it is illegal for a parent with primary child custody to interfere with the other parent's visitation rights.
At Stavros Law, P.C., in Salt Lake City, we know what is at stake in a visitation dispute. You can rely on our abilities to help you achieve the best possible outcome. For a free consultation, please call our Salt Lake City law office at 801-428-0719 today.
Enforcing Your Visitation Rights in Utah
Both parties are required to obey child custody and visitation court orders. Parents with primary residential custody may not withhold parent time, even if the parent being denied visitation is behind on child support payments.
If your ex-spouse is interfering with your visitation rights, our lawyers can file a motion asking the court to enforce the order. The enforcement order can include a judgment for legal expenses and additional parent time. The court may also require your spouse to pay a fine or serve jail time in jail.
Willingness to provide visitation to the other parent is also a factor courts can consider in awarding or modifying primary residential custody. If your spouse consistently interferes with your visitation rights, we can also seek to change child custody.
Contact a Visitation Rights Lawyer in Salt Lake City
Our family law attorneys are easy to talk to and will listen carefully to you. To schedule a free consultation concerning visitation interference, please call 801-428-0719 or contact us online.