As you go through the divorce process in North Carolina, one of your primary concerns is likely your children. If you are not granted custody, it is natural to be concerned about how often you will see them. At Marshall and Taylor, PLLC, we understand your children are your top priority and are committed to helping you understand your visitation rights.
While you may like the idea of set rules determining when and where you can see your children, visitation rights are not always so clear cut. According to the North Carolina Bar Association, visitation can often be decided by you and your ex-spouse. If you both cannot agree, however, sometimes a court might get involved. The court usually determines a situation which will be best for your children after conversations with you and your ex-spouse.