Family Law

Child Custody

What if one parent refuses another parent’s visitation rights?

If one parent denies another parent’s visitation rights, a court can require additional visitation time, impose further conditions to prevent future violations, and assess costs and attorney fees against the parent who thwarts reasonable visitation rights.


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