- Do you need to file for visitation of your child?
- Has your ex served you with a petition for visitation?
- Do you need to change an existing visitation agreement, but don’t know how?
We can help with your visitation issue
Nothing is more important than being able to spend quality time with your child. If you are separated, divorced, or a non-custodial parent, you need a clearly defined court order for visitation. This order will establish:
- your right to visit your child
- a schedule for visiting your child
- what you can do if your ex violates the order, refusing to allow you to visit your child
If you already have a visitation order but it does not reflect your most current circumstances, we can help you file for a modification.
Contact us and one of our Case Managers will explain your visitation options. Don’t let time slip away from you and your child.
Affordable = no large up front retainer and no hourly billing
United Family Advocates handles all types of family law matters. Whether you need legal documents prepared or an experienced family law lawyer to represent you in court, the attorneys in our matching network can help you. And most importantly, you pay no large up front retainer and are never billed hourly.
How It Works
Through our matching program you have access to a network of experienced private attorneys in your area who offer their services at greatly reduced rates. All charges are flat rate, fixed, clear from the start, and far more affordable than what attorneys outside our program charge. You can choose the attorney that best suits your needs. You get the attorney you want, at a price you can afford.
How to Get Started
To receive your free no obligation case review, simply fill out our online form and click Submit. One of our representatives will contact you shortly (during normal business hours). Often times you can be speaking with an attorney the same or next day.
Once enrolled in the program, our members have a United Family Advocates Case Manager on their side throughout their legal proceeding. We have been involved in hundreds of family law cases. We know what to do.
Your Case Manager will help with:
- the initial qualifying and assessment of your case
- gathering the information needed by your attorney to begin evaluating your case
- helping you stay in close communication with your network attorney
- providing information and support throughout your family law case
Congratulations on taking the first step towards resolving your family legal matter!