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When your child custody order was finalized in an Arizona family court, you and your ex-spouse or former domestic partner may have been bound to follow a parenting plan. Establishing the plan was one hurdle. Getting the plan approved by the family law court was another hurdle.

Now, perhaps, a new hurdle has emerged. One parent may be failing to exercise his or her visitation time on schedule. The custodial parent may be preventing access to the other parent through countless excuses and special circumstances. For help and advice from a knowledgeable child custody lawyer regarding enforcement of your court order, contact our law office in Phoenix.

What Does Your Parenting Plan Look Like?

The two of you may have crafted it together or a judge may have ordered you to follow a parenting plan similar to one of these typical schemes:

  • Three periods of three to five hours spaced throughout the week for the non-custodial parent
  • Two periods of four to six hours a week for the non-custodial parent
  • Two three to five-hour periods plus one eight-hour weekend day each week for the non-custodial parent
  • One period of three to six hours and two non‐consecutive overnights each week with the non-custodial parent
  • An equal parenting time schedule where the child is not away from either parent for more than two consecutive days

These are a few of the many possible parenting plans that are contained in typical child custody orders. Whatever the plan, both parents are bound to it until a formal modification is arranged.

Child Custody Plan Enforcement

Attorney Stephanie Jackson or attorney Nicole Lasiter can assist and advise you in how to get the court behind implementation of your parenting plan. On the other hand, you may be unfairly accused of violating the child custody court order. We can help defend you when the other parent of your children takes legal action to enforce the order. At Lasiter & Jackson, we provide understanding and compassion for the delicate issues associated with divorce and family law for clients in Pinal County and Maricopa County. Shared parenting is a worthy goal that requires cooperation and sometimes requires enforcement.

Consult an Attorney to Learn About Your Rights and Obligations

We are committed to helping each client reach for and achieve reasonable goals in child custody plan enforcement. We are available to provide qualified case assessment at a reasonable cost. Call or email the law offices of Lasiter & Jackson.


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