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Child Visitation

Child visitation is usually associated with the parent of a divorced couple who does not have child custody.  The parent without child custody often has visitation rights instead.

Child visitation rights are often granted on a regular schedule of alternating weekends and some holidays.  The parent awarded child custody by the court has the flexibility to allow more visitation than the court awards.

In the case of child abuse or child abandonment, visitation rights are usually not granted to the parents for the safety of the child.  In other cases, visitation may only be permitted under the supervision of a social worker.

Young children are overwhelmingly awarded to their mother's custody but children over the age of 12, may be allowed, by the court, to decide for themselves which parent they want to live with.

More fathers in recent times are asking for courts to award visitation rights of 50% and to give them more say in determining the welfare of their children.  This is often referred to as 50-50 parenting and is being supported by some organizations that have been created to further fathers rights.

 

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kfor.com Department of Health ends funding for Oklahoma Child Abuse kfor.com OKLAHOMA CITY While lawmakers are still struggling to come to a compromise on a budget, an Oklahoma agency announced that it is ending funding for Oklahoma Health Dept. ends funding for child abuse prevention KOCO Oklahoma City Dept. of Health ending funding for over 30 programs due to budget KOKH FOX25 all 4 news articles raquo

Rapist Granted Joint Custody Of Child Will Not Seek Visitation NBC4i.com
NBC4i.com Rapist granted joint custody of child will not seek visitation NBC4i.com A ruling last month in the case granted the woman sole physical custody of the boy, but also granted joint legal custody 27 year old Christopher Mirasolo, who was ordered to pay child support after DNA tests showed he was the biological father. In Rapist granted joint custody of boy he fathered will not seek visitation, lawyer saidWSB Atlanta County denies joint custody of victim39s child was given to rapistMLive.com Michigan attorney for victim in rape custody case says judge 39blindsided39WXYZ cleveland.com myfox8.com Daily Mail The Detroit News all 125 news articles raquo

Winnebago County Child Visitation Program Returns Thanks To 550K Rockford R...
Rockford Register Star Winnebago County child visitation program returns thanks to 550K Rockford Register Star ROCKFORD Children who have a parent involved in the court system will be able to visit their dad or mom in a supervised playroom through a program being Children39s Safe Harbor receive 550K grant to help operationsWIFR all 3 news articles raquo

La Crosse Program That Provides Safe Child Visitation Will End La Crosse Tri...
La Crosse Tribune La Crosse program that provides safe child visitation will end La Crosse Tribune The Family Exchange Program launched in 2003 at The Parenting Place, a La Crosse nonprofit organization, as a safe place for parents who have separated to pick up and drop off children. Staff escort children from one parent to the other to avoid

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