Law Offices of
MINA L. RAMIREZ
Se Habla Español
1165 Scenic Drive
Modesto, CA 95350
1104 Corporate Way
Sacramento, CA 95831
Phone: (209) 491-0199
Fax: (209) 575-9497
Two Office Locations
At the Law Offices of Child Visitation Attorney Mina Ramirez, we have been providing knowledgeable legal representation for more than 30 years to clients involved in child visitation matters. Ms. Ramirez has successfully helped numerous clients create parenting plans that provide each parent the opportunity to spend quality, loving time with their children.
Based on her extensive experience working with Family Law clients, Mina L. Ramirez understands that child visitation cases are stressful for the parents as well as the children, and can rapidly become hostile. Due to the highly emotional nature of child visitation cases, these matters are always handled with compassion. Modesto Child Visitation Attorney Mina Ramirez will work diligently to resolve your visitation issues as quickly as possible.
Contact the Law Offices of Child Visitation Lawyer Mina Ramirez at (209) 491-0199 to make an appointment for an in-depth consultation with one of Modesto’s leading Child Visitation Attorneys.
During your consultation, Ms. Ramirez will thoroughly review your objectives and concerns, and will provide an honest case analysis. Devoted to providing personalized, quality legal counsel, Modesto Child Visitation Lawyer Mina L. Ramirez will work to ensure that you have all of the information required to make intelligent decisions.
With office locations in both Modesto and Sacramento to best serve the needs of her clients, Attorney Mina Ramirez represents individuals who live throughout the Central Valley. Call to learn how Ms. Ramirez can put her knowledge and legal skills to work on your behalf.
Child Visitation Attorney in Modesto, California
The primary goals when establishing a parenting plan are to ensure that the best interests of the children are met, as well as providing the opportunity for the children to spend as much time as possible with each parent. Additionally, it is crucial to craft an unambiguous parenting plan to avoid future disputes and litigation.
A comprehensive visitation schedule / parenting plan should include the following:
Additionally, a provision should be made pertaining to the child’s participation in extracurricular activities that weigh the child’s best interests against the non-custodial parent’s right to spend time with their children.
The courts prefer parents to work together to create a parenting plan that will work for everyone involved. A seasoned negotiator, Modesto Child Visitation Lawyer Mina Ramirez will make every reasonable effort to create a parenting plan via settlement negotiations or mediation.
However, if attempts to reach a fair and just settlement fall through due to the other party making unreasonable demands or demonstrating an unwillingness to work together, Ms. Ramirez won’t hesitate to litigate your matter.
Let Modesto Child Visitation Attorney Mina L. Ramirez put her skills in these matters to work for you, so you don’t find yourself returning to court repeatedly over relatively minor issues.
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Mina L. Ramirez for Help
Lawyer Mina Ramirez has been providing knowledgeable legal representation to clients who live in Modesto and throughout California’s Central Valley for more than 30 years.
An exceptional attorney who has earned a reputation for excellence within the local legal community, Ms. Ramirez has extensive experience working with her clients and opposing counsel to create enforceable parenting plans that benefit everyone involved.
Contact the Law Offices of Child Visitation Attorney Mina L. Ramirez at (209) 491-0199 to schedule your in-depth child visitation consultation.
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