How to Take Visitation Rights to the Court?

Answer Two parents cannot always agree on child-visitation rights, in which case a family court will mediate. Mediation with a neutral third party often resolves the visitation differences and no further ... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to Take Visitation Rights to the Court

Can a non-custodial parent lose visitation rights if they continually miss their court ordered visitation?

Merely because the non-custodial parent is unable to attend the court ordered visitation, it does not mean that he or she will automatically loose his or her visitation rights. If the non-custodial... Read More »

Does the father of your child have any rights as a father if he is illegal and will be deported if he goes to court to fight for visitation rights?

Answer Yes, he still has a right to be the child's father. Illegally or Legally he is the child's biological father and no matter what anyone says You, the mother and The father laid down and had t... Read More »

Is there a law against keeping a child from seeing his parent on court-ordered visitation rights?

Answer The "court order" is just that ... an order! If you have visitation rights by the court then you have the right to see that child(ren.) If your spouse refuses to comply to the court ruling ... Read More »

Mother is refusing to let the father exercise court ordered visitation rights. What can he do?

He must return to the court that has jurisdiction and file a motion for contempt. A mother who continues to deny visitation can lose custody altogether.