Guide to Visitation Arrangements
Though the San Diego family court tries to split custody between divorcing parents as equally as it can, sometimes, one parent will get primary physical custody. That means the non-custodial parent will receive one of these four types of visitation arrangements. If you have questions about your custody arrangement, please contact Huguenor Mattis, A.P.C., at (858) 458-9500.
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