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Visitation Rights Attorney in Largo

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When children are involved in a divorce, establishing visitation rights can be a central and heated point of contention. Feelings of anger, distrust, and confusion can complicate dispute resolution, making it difficult to know what you are supposed to do. However, you do not have to go through this process alone and at K. Dean Kantaras, P.A., we are here to help. Backed by years of experience, we know the law, we know the courts, and we can help you understand your legal options. Whether you are currently working through a divorce or you need to modify an existing agreement, our team can be a guiding voice in your corner every step of the way. It is our goal to find legal solutions that are in your family’s best interest so that you may begin the next chapter of your life as soon as possible.

How Is Visitation Determined?

A judge will make decisions regarding visitation rights based on what is in the best interests of the child. Typically, this means that parental preferences and opinions are trumped by the situations that prioritize the child’s care. The best interest of a child can be influenced by numerous factors.

  • Health-Related Needs
  • Parent-Child Relationship
  • Financial Capabilities
  • The Age of the Child
  • Ability to Provide Care
  • Parental Environment

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Questions

  • What Is Supervised Visitation?

    Answer

    Visitation agreements can come in many forms and supervised visitation is one such variant. Here, a judge may award the non-custodial parent time with the child; however, the parent cannot do so alone. These agreements may also specify conditions such as the duration and location of such visits.

  • Can a Grandparent Be Granted Visitation?

    Answer

    Yes. However, the situations where a judge may grant one or more grandparents visitation rights can be highly specific. As with most cases involving child custody and visitation, a judge will make decisions based on what is in the best interest of the child.

  • Can I Modify an Existing Agreement?

    Answer

    While it can be difficult to change an agreement, it may be possible to secure a modification. Typically, a judge will grant a modification only if it can be shown that a substantial change in circumstances has occurred since the original order was issued. If you would like to learn more about your specific situation, get in touch with our legal team today.

  • Should I Hire an Attorney?

    Answer

    An agreement regarding visitation can affect your family for years to come. With so much on the line, you can’t afford to leave anything to chance. Experienced legal advocates like those at our firm, can help you protect your interests every step of the way. Call us today and discover how we can help.

  • Meet Your Family Law Team

    Supportive Counsel. Passionate Advocacy. Proven Solutions.

    At K. Dean Kantaras, P.A., we are committed to helping people reach the customized solutions they need to work through divorce and other family law processes. These types of legal processes can be overwhelming and emotionally draining, and typically call for the assistance of a seasoned lawyer. When you come to our firm for assistance, you can be confident that your case will be in the hands of a team who genuinely cares about protecting you and your family's best interests, and wants to see you move forward as favorably as possible. The law firm you choose to represent you should have the right combination of experience and compassion to ensure your legal issues are handled effectively while keeping you clearly informed along the way. Our working relationship with clients is based on open, honest and straightforward communication combined with accessibility. We listen to the wishes of our clients while providing informed legal advice.

    Our firm is led by Attorney Kantaras, who is board certified in marital and family law by the Florida Bar. This board certification classifies our attorney as a specialist in his field, giving clients confidence knowing their case is in the hands of a true legal expert when they choose our firm's legal guidance. With plenty of experience and a reputation for helping clients successfully navigate through all types of family law matters, our team is ready to help you begin your next chapter as well, whether your situation can be resolved peacefully or calls for litigation in the courtroom.

Why Hire Our Firm?

We're Focused On You!

  • Board Certified Specialist in Family Law

  • Over 40 Years' Combined Experience on Your Side

  • Selection for Florida Super Lawyers- Top 5%

  • Top Rating for Ethics & Skill of AV Preeminent

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  • “Dean, Stephanie & everyone in the office have been thorough, prompt & efficient. I am pleased with how they have handled my very complex case as well as treating me with respect.”

    CM

  • “I have had such an easy divorce thanks to dean and his team they are all very nice and informative”

    JDC

  • “Mr. Kantaras and Mrs. Beach are an absolute God send! Shelly is super patient with my phone calls and questions when I have them. I would highly recommend this law firm!”

    ANV

  • “I have the best team of legal eagles in the world. Thank you all so very much. This has been a very difficult time for me, and thanks to you, it's a little better today.”

    MS

  • “She was confident in her presentation and knowledge of the details regarding my case, and helped put my nerves at ease. I was very pleased with the outcome. ”

    CM

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