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Family Law Attorneys Who Put Your Family First

Even during the toughest times, your child can brighten up your week. Wherever you are coming from as a parent, you know there is no substitute for a child’s place in your life. Your child’s interests and well-being are of the utmost importance, and your time with your child is precious, whether you are the custodial parent or you have visitation rights.

We at Dickerson Law Firm focus on securing the bond between parent and child and protecting the future of our clients’ families. Our firm has provided legal counsel to clients in Hillsborough and surrounding areas since 1973, and our father-daughter team has a over 60 years of combined legal experience. We are a family firm dedicated to providing you with caring, personal counsel.

Your Visitation Needs Are Our Priority

Visitation can take many forms and be quite complex. For example, in North Carolina, a custody order may include electronic visitation via electronic communication such as video chats or messaging. But electronic visitation does not count as official visitation time for the noncustodial parent. Other types of visitation include:

  • Reasonable visitation – The child’s parents determine the plan for visitation times.
  • Fixed visitation – The judge orders the visitation times for the noncustodial parent.
  • Grandparent visitation – Visitation rights for grandparents can also be granted depending on the relationship between the grandparent and child.

Regardless of the type of visitation or where you are in your divorce or custody battle, we will seek to provide experienced, personalized service for you and your family during these difficult situations.

 Contact Us For A Personal Approach

Life continues after divorce, and serious changes can occur down the road. You may, for instance, want to make modifications to visitation rights. In North Carolina, there are stipulations for a change in the child custody order regarding visitation rights. You will need seasoned attorneys to guide you through your options.

Whether you are a custodial or noncustodial parent, your rights as a parent need protection. Your child’s best interests should be a priority for your attorney. We will prioritize all of this and more as your compassionate, family-focused firm. Call us at 919-241-5178 or send an email to get started with a free initial consultation.