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With 100 years of combined experience, Raiser & Kenniff, is the place to turn when you or a loved one are accused of a crime. When the media needs professional and accurate legal insight on criminal cases in the national spotlight they turn to Raiser & Kenniff.


Criminal Defense Lawyers

Former Prosecutors

Our founding partners are both former new york prosecutors who understand how to handle a criminal case from every angle and therefore, they can provide you with the strongest defense.

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When the media needs professional and accurate legal insight on criminal cases in the national spotlight they turn to Raiser & Kenniff. Turn to a defense law firm with national recognition.

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Regardless of whether you are in New York City, Nassau County, or Suffolk County, we offer a risk-free consultation. No strings attached. Speak to one of our lawyers and see what your options.

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We offer a risk free evaluation of your case, and are here to help you understand your legal options, and how our lawyers can help you. We are available 24/7, day or night, to help you.


New York Visitation Lawyer

If you are a parent, your children are probably some of the most important people in the world to you. Therefore, you probably take things like child visitation very seriously. This is a type of matter that is generally best taken care of with the help of a lawyer. Luckily, this is something that we can help you with.

What are the Different Types of Visitation

First of all, you should know that there are different types of visitation when it comes to matters of child custody. The first type is unsupervised visitation, which is probably what you think of when you think of seeing your child. With unsupervised visitation, you will pick up your children or have them dropped off to meet you. Then, you will have the chance to visit with them for a specified length of time. You might only visit with your children for a few hours, or you might have visitation with them for a weekend or a week, depending on the agreement that has been put into place. You could meet with the other parent to pick up or drop off the kids, or you might agree to a “neutral place exchange,” in which pickups and drop-offs will be handled in a neutral environment.

Next, there is supervised visitation. With standard supervised visitation, another adult must be present while you visit with your child. The court might determine a person who he or she thinks should be present for these visits, or you might be allowed to choose. There is also therapeutic supervised visitation; with this type of visitation, you may have to be supervised by a professional while you visit with your children.

Why Hire a Lawyer to Help with Visitation?

In the best of scenarios, parents are able to get along with one another for the sake of their children and are able to come up with custody and visitation agreements that are beneficial for the kids and for both of the parents. However, as you might already know, this is not always the case at all. One or both parents might have trouble getting along with one another, and this can make it difficult or impossible to come up with a reasonable and fair agreement.

This is where a lawyer can help. A lawyer can help you maintain your parental rights and can help you ensure that you see your children. He or she can also fight for you in court if you are having trouble seeing your children, such as if the other parent is making things more difficult for you than they should be.

If you have not been able to see your children and are fighting for visitation, an attorney can help you every step of the way. If you are in the midst of a divorce and are interested in doing everything that you can to protect your parental rights during the dissolution of your marriage, this is something that your lawyer can help you with as well. If you would like to know more about how a New York visitation lawyer can help you with your case, now is the time to schedule an appointment. Then, you’ll have the time to sit down with an experienced and knowledgeable lawyer so that you can talk one-on-one about your case.

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