Bellevue Custody and Visitation Attorneys
If you have decided to file for divorce or you are already a party to a divorce proceeding, and there are minor children involved, you will need to make some difficult decisions regarding the custody of your children and how much time they spend with each parent. Child custody and visitation issues are often emotionally charged and can be among the most difficult challenges faced during divorce. You want an experienced lawyer, one who has worked extensively with others in similar situations, who can help you identify your options and fashion solutions that are in the best interests of your children while protecting your rights as a parent.
At the office of Bertolini, Schroeder & Blount, Attorneys at Law, in Bellevue, our attorneys have over 81 years of combined experience successfully working with individuals throughout the Omaha metro area. With longstanding ties to our community, we have built our practice through a commitment to personal service and attention. We work hard to make ourselves available when you need answers, to respond promptly to your phone calls and to keep you regularly informed of the status of your case. To schedule a free initial meeting, contact our offices or call us at 402-982-4237.
Our Child Custody and Visitation Practice
At our offices, we understand the concerns parents have and we know the laws of Nebraska. We will work closely with you, so that we can understand the medical, educational, religious and other special needs of your children. Together, we will seek solutions that emphasize the development needs of your children, but that also allow you to play a vital part in their growth toward adulthood.
When minor children are involved in a divorce proceeding, Nebraska law requires a parenting plan. We will help you structure an agreement that:
- Identifies who has physical and legal custody (or whether there will be joint physical and legal custody)
- Specifies when visitation or parenting time will occur, including:
- How frequently visitation will occur
- Any geographic limits on visitation or parenting time
- Any residential requirements for the custodial or non-custodial homes
- How holidays and summer vacations will be shared
- Clarifies who will have access to information regarding the medical, education or religious interests of the child
- Identifies if and when child support obligations or rights are affected by visitation or parenting time