Visitation rights

The right to handle regulates the handling of the child with the parent – or other family members – with which it does not live together in one household . This is relevant usually in separation or divorce of their parents.

However, grandparents can , under certain conditions a right of contact with the child assert if they are denied by the parents any contact with the child .

The family members involved can regulate the rights of out of court and also have the opportunity to address the competent youth welfare office , which is trying to convey a sensible, amicable settlement .

In cases where an amicable settlement is not possible, I ‘m happy to help in achieving a settlement on rights .

If this is not possible, I put the request to the institution of legal proceedings to regulate the handling , this either together with the process of divorce or in a separate proceeding .