How can a parent legally keep child from visitation with parent?

Answer By showing that visitation would harm the child in some way. The court could restrict visitation in some way - public places only, supervision, etc.

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Can one parent of the two sharing custody of a minor child legally keep the child from the other parent pending a DSS claim?

Answer That would depend on why social services is investigating. If it is neglect, abuse or something of that nature suspected on the part of the other parent. Then you probably could justify not ... Read More »

Can a single parent from the UK immigrate with her child to the US legally?

A single mother can as the US does not generally honor foreign father custody orders. Only Cuba does.

Minor child has a passport non-custodial parent with shared legal rights does not want child to leave the country Can non-custodial parent stop the child from leaving?

my sister has full custody of her daughter, however, the father has visitation rights. He calims that as the non custodial parent there's a law that states that he should be the parent to keep her ... Read More »

In the state of Ohio does a child have to live with a parent 50 percent of the time in order for that parent to be considered a Residential Parent?

Answer I live in Ohio and I do believe the child in question must live with the parent MORE than 50% of the year for that particular parent to be "the Residential Parent". In my case, it was descr... Read More »