Understanding your Rights
Whether you are the custodial parent or the non-custodial parent, you have basic rights to your children, including the right to consult with your child’s doctor or physician, the right to attend school activities, the right to receive information from school officials about your child, the right to confer with the other parent in making decisions for the child, and more. However, in some circumstances custodial rights and access to children may be taken away or suspended depending on the circumstances surrounding your situation. The office of Amendola & Amendola LLC emphasizes the importance of knowing your basic rights as a parent and providing guidance to protect the best interests of your children.
Where to Begin
If you are concerned about the divorce process and are seeking to consult with our office about your legal rights as a parent, please contact us online or call our main line at (203) 319-1143. We will provide personal attention for your specific needs and desired outcome.