Frequently Asked Questions

Question
My daughter has stated repeatedly that she does not want visitation with the non-custodial parent. Does she have this right?

Answer
No, she doesn't have the right not to visit. The reason for this is that it isn't her decision to make- the court has ruled that visitation shall take place. The only person that can legally refuse visitation is the non-custodial parent. You should not be letting your daughter get involved in this; it's improper to allow a minor child to make these kinds of decisions.



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