Our last Divorce blog post covered what Child Custody is. Click the link right here to read that blog post. Today we will go over what Visitation is.
Visitation at its core is when one parent visits the child or children of the marriage. Usually in Divorce cases, one parent is deemed the Custodial Parent, and the other the Non-Custodial Parent (click Here to read my Custody blog). And sometimes parents can share Joint Custody. Once Custody determinations are reached, parents will try to work out a Visitation schedule so the Non-Custodial parent can visit the child or children. This in itself might take some time because sometimes one parent has reason(s) they do not want the other parent to visit, or both parties are fighting for the most (Non-Custodial) or least (Custodial) Visiting time possible.
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