As you prepare to submit your custody and visitation orders to the court, remember that a well thought out parenting plan – created either in agreement with the party or on your own – can significantly streamline and facilitate the custody/visitation process. Once you have determined what custody and visitation orders will work best for you and your children, the next step is to file the correct paperwork and begin the custody/visitation order process.
Responding to a Visitation Order
If you are not the moving party in a divorce or paternity action, then you will most likely receive the initial Petition and request for orders from the other party via service by mail or in person. It can be upsetting and nerve-wracking to receive any official court documents, even when you know, so don’t be surprised if you find yourself feeling anxious or upset. Even when you know to expect it, getting served with divorce or paternity paperwork can be jarring, and it is understandable that you will feel unsure and anxious about how to proceed. Here at Family Court Direct, through our network of independent legal professionals we have decades of experience helping our clients respond to family court paperwork. Our helpful and knowledgeable staff can quickly and easily help you fill out all your paperwork so that you can leave your worries behind and focus on getting the best outcome possible for you and your children.
Here at Family Court Direct, we understand that decisions involving your children are fraught with anxiety and concern. By supplying you with tools you need to navigate the family court system, Family Court Direct can take the guesswork out family court actions and help you to clearly and efficiently present your case to the family courts. Family law matters can be stressful and draining, let Family Court Direct remove some of the burden with our easy family law document preparation.