Annapolis Visitation Rights Lawyers

In most cases, after a child's parents have broken up, it is in his or her interests to continue to have strong relationships with both parents. Child access and visitation are the terms used to refer to the rights of parents who do not have primary residential custody of their children.

At the law firm of Trainor, Billman, Bennett & Milko, LLP, our Annapolis visitation rights attorneys are dedicated to protecting the relationships between noncustodial parents and their children. We represent clients throughout the Annapolis region and the Eastern Shore of Maryland.

Offering Skilled Representation in All Types of Circumstances

Parents' concerns about child custody and access rarely go away permanently at the end of a divorce or paternity case. Our respected divorce and family lawyers are prepared to assist parents with all matters affecting their visitation rights, including the following:

  • Initial determination: Just because a parent does not have primary physical custody does not mean that parent should be limited to the traditional alternate weekend arrangement. Our attorneys help clients pursue adequate and appropriate access to their children.
  • Modification: Once a child custody order is issued, one or both parents can seek modification of the order if circumstances justify a change. Our attorneys frequently help clients pursue more custody time and protect their rights in parental relocation matters.
  • Enforcement: A child custody plan is a binding court order. If your visitation has been improperly denied or the other parent has attempted to alienate your child from you, we can help you pursue your enforcement options, including a contempt ruling if necessary.

Contact Our Queen Anne's County Custody Attorneys

We can help devise and enforce a custody plan that allows you to maintain a relationship with your child. Contact our Annapolis visitation rights lawyers online or call 410-280-1700 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your situation. Our offices are located in downtown Annapolis, just steps from the courthouse, with readily accessible parking.