As a mother what visitation rights do you have?

Answer Answer Assuming you don't have legal custody of the child, you have whatever visitation rights the court have given you.

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Does a father that was ruled unfit by a judge due to a juvenile charge have any visitation rights after the mother signed over her rights to her parents and they have not let father meet or see child?

That would vary from state to state, and court to court. You would need to contact your state child welfare department, and perhaps an attorney.

Do you have the right as an unwed mother to deny the biological father visitation rights?

You do not have the right to deny visitations but if you do, the father can and should request a court hearing to establish his paternity and get visitation rights. He can request custody or joint ... Read More »

Can a 7-year-old decide if his father should have visitation rights if his mother has full custody?

Answer Seven-year-olds do not make decisions as to custody, that is the responsibility of the judge. A child of that age might be asked his opinion, especially if he has been reluctant in the past ... Read More »

What are visitation rights to half siblings when the mother dies?