Miami, FL asked in Child Custody, Child Support and Family Law for Puerto Rico

Q: My brother pays for child support In Puerto Rico his ex wife does not allow visitation to see his daughters .

2 Lawyer Answers
Nelson Jose Francisco Alvarez-Aponte
Nelson Jose Francisco Alvarez-Aponte
Answered
  • Divorce Lawyer
  • Carolina, PR
  • Licensed in Puerto Rico

A: Hello and thank you for using Justia. Your brother has to file a motion requesting visitation. This will have the Court regulate the visitation process and garantee his right to have visitation with his daughters. The Court will obligate the Mother to allow visitation and paternal relationships. It is a very good idea to have an Attorney do this on behalf of your brother. Have him contact me directly for additional information.

Jose Rivera
Jose Rivera
Answered
  • Divorce Lawyer
  • Ponce, PR
  • Licensed in Puerto Rico

A: Greetings and thank you for requesting our assistance through this platform. Your brother has parental and visitation rights that can be ratified through a court of law by filling a motion to request a hearing so he can have his parental and visitation rights. The Court will oversee that this is for the well being and best interest of the child in order to regulate and guarantee them. As soon as he files this motion, the mother has the right to present to the court her allegations and say about this request, She, through her legal representation will present to the court her say about the pros and cons on the visitation rights. The court may hire a social worker to do an evaluation and report of the findings to recommend what is the best course of action for the well being of the child. Based on this process, the Court will allow visitation and paternal right to better the relationship. It is highly recommendable to hire a legal representative due to the nature of the process. I you have any other questions or are in need of our firms assistance, don't hesitate to contact us directly. we will be glad to be at your service.

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