Question by  Wacheta (10)

What can you tell me about visitation rights?


Answer by  Teaberry (846)

Visitation rights vary by situation. Some offer weekends only, certain days, certain time frames, and some visits that are monitored by a counsler. A lot depends on the circumstance on which visitation is granted. However, ultimatly the decision is up to a judge as for the best interest of the children. Check local laws also.


Answer by  patti (29325)

Visitation is ordered by the court to allow a child time with the non-custodial parent. The court can determine the frequency, length and type of visitation. The court can also deny visitation.


Answer by  Brittney (1095)

Visitation rights mean that you get to see your child on court order dates. However your ex gets to make all major desicions regarding the child.


Answer by  AnneB91 (611)

When a couple with children divorces, often one parent will be awarded custody and the other visitation rights. Visitation rights are only denied if it is determined to be potentially detrimental to the child (or children) involved. Visitation rights take place exclusive of whether or not child support payments are being made.


Answer by  lillybby (359)

The court make the decisions on visitation rights. You and the other person go to a hearing and state you cases in front of a family court judge.

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