Custody and Timesharing

You do everything in your power to be the best possible parent. If you are separating or divorcing, however, having a well-structured child custody and timesharing arrangement in place is important to providing your children with a stable, nurturing environment.

At Fowler Bell PLLC in Lexington, Kentucky, we have the skill to diligently and intelligently protect your parental rights and your relationships with your children while helping you develop a timesharing plan that works.

When Will You See Your Children?

When you separate or divorce, who gets to spend time with the children on holidays, weekends and evenings? It all depends on how you structure your split.

Many parents devise their own timesharing arrangements by defining visitation schedules, primary residences and other relevant factors in their separation agreement terms. In other cases, they leave such determinations to the court system, which focuses on providing for the best interests of the children. Although self-made agreements are subject to final review by a judge, once they are formalized, they become court orders.

Creating An Effective Timesharing Agreement

Discussing your circumstances with our attorneys will give you the legal knowledge you need to craft a workable and enforceable agreement in Kentucky. Parents who do not uphold their obligations may face penalties, so it is wise to adopt a forward-thinking approach from the start.

Our attorney has many years of experience helping parents devise effective timesharing plans. We are devoted to guiding you as you protect your family's future.

Modifying Or Enforcing Timesharing Plans

You may find it challenging to adhere to your current arrangement, or your ex-partner may fail to comply. In either case, we can help you resolve your concerns by petitioning the court for a modification to or enforcement of an existing order.

No matter which path you follow, your journey toward responsible parenthood starts with sound legal advice and planning. We can help you lay the foundation for healthier relationships with your children, your ex and the court system. Call Susan Kennedy at 859-252-6700 or contact her by email.


Susan S. Kennedy