Serving North Richland Hills, Arlington and the Entire Fort Worth Metro Area
Texas law calls custody or visitation conservatorship or possession orders. Generally speaking, the parent awarded primary conservatorship (custody) of the child will have about 60 percent parenting time. A typical standard possession (noncustodial) arrangement includes weekend visitation and a month in the summer. Holidays and special occasions may be split.
Board-Certified Texas Family Law Specialist
If you are a resident of Tarrant County, Denton County, Parker County, Hood County, Ellis County and Johnson County, Texas, and involved in a divorce with children involved, or you are in a dispute with the other parent of your child over visitation rights, call the Bob Leonard Law Group, P.L.L.C., in Fort Worth. Attorney Bob Leonard is a Texas family law specialist. Our team has earned a prominent position among the leading divorce and child custody law firms in the region. We know what local judges value in child custody arrangements, and we know what they expect in terms of clear and fair language.
Regular Parenting Time in an Irregular World
Times have changed. Many parents no longer work a straight eight-hour shift, Monday through Friday. Shift work, periods of extended travel, military deployment and temporary jobs mean that parenting schedules need to be flexible, while protecting the interests of the child. We find creative solutions to help families resolve complex issues. Whether you are drafting an agreement for the first time, or you have an existing custody or visitation arrangement you need to modify because it no longer works for your family, we can help find a positive solution.
Our service area includes communities throughout the following North Texas counties:
Tarrant County · Denton County · Parker County · Hood County · Ellis County · Johnson County · Wise County
From offices in Fort Worth, our custody and visitation lawyers provide legal advice and representation for clients in such Texas communities as Grapevine, Arlington, Colleyville, Grand Prairie and North Richland Hills. Call us at 817-336-8500 or contact us by e-mail to arrange a consultation with an experienced Fort Worth visitation attorney today.