Non-Custodial Parents Have Options When Denied Visitation Rights

It is not uncommon for separated or divorced couples to run into problems with the visitation of their children. Many times, the custodial parent will prevent the non-custodial parent from seeing his/her children. However, according to a divorce lawyer in Charlotte, the non-custodial parent has a significant amount of rights when it comes to visitation.

The most important thing to note is that it is illegal for a custodial parent to deny visitation when there is an existing custody order that grants visitation rights. Extenuating circumstances are taken into consideration when a non-custodial parent presents a threat or potential harm to the child. That harm does not have to be physical, but could also extend to emotional harm. As long as…


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