Access to Children (Child Visitation Rights)
If you feel your visitation rights are being infringed, we can help you explore your options as to how you can enforce your child visitation rights, and if necessary, take legal action.
When a divorce is finalized, children will have to live with one parent, the custodial parent, while the other, non-custodial parent will have visitation rights.
The conditions of visitation rights vary from case to case. Visitation & parenting schedule are formalized in a divorce decree, separation or settlement agreement, or other court order.
Making any change to visitation schedule often requires the modification to the divorce decree, separation or settlement agreement, or other court order.
It is important to note that parents who have never been married have the same rights as parents who are divorcing or separating.
At Tokyo Sanno Law Office, We have been dealing with problems involving Child Visitation Rights since 1980 and have resolved disputes over Child Visitation Rights parental where the rights to access to children was infringed or relocation or custodian parent occurred during or after a divorce or separation.