Regardless of any bad situations, or choices you may have made in the past, most parents have rights to visit their children. Child Visitation is the most important legal step to staying in touch with your child's life. In some cases, you can remain a non custodial parent, but visit your child on a regular visitation schedule. The best way to make your scheduled time with your child or children enforceable is to have an agreement approved by the court.
Visitation schedules are determined, like all other domestic issues involving children, in accordance with the best interests of the child. In most situations, it is important that visits with a child be frequent and continuing. Contact us today - Getting a court order will help protect you, so that the other party is not in control of the situation. Contact us today to review what others have done in similar situations as you are having. Be sure to review the Child Custody section on this site, and then call us to discuss how we can assist you.
Reference: CA FAMILY CODE (SECTION 3100-3105)
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