Can your father get a court order making you visit him if you are 15 and live with your mom and haven't seen your father in 5 months and he is threatening to get a court order if you don't visit?

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yes he can, provided they have filed a settlement agreement with the court in the county in which you live which gives your father rights of visitation or parenting time. If your mom does not allow your father to exercise his rights of visitation with you, she can be held in contempt of court for witholding you from him. If you do not wish to spend time with your father, it's best to explain to him why and usually you can work out a reasonable 'break time' until you want to spend time with him again.
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What can you do when an abusive father threatened you to give up custody and now refuses to follow the court order to give you visitation rights and any placement?

Answer You are a mother ... fight!!!!! You can seek out legalcounsel and go to court to fight for the rights of your children.If your ex has any record of abuse against you or your children (orboth) you can fight this in a court of law and get either partialor hopefully full custody of your child(re (MORE)

If you were never married to the father of your child and there is not a court order for visitation would a judge remove the child from your custody if you move out of state?

No. If there is not a custodial order in place the law presumesthat an unmarried mother has full custodial rights to her child anddoes not need permission from the biological father or the court inmatters concerning the child. In addition, when a child is bornout-of-wedlock the biological father mus (MORE)

Does my 16 year old son have to visit his father from a previos court order when he does not want to go. while we are pending are 5th court visitation hearing does he have to go?

yes, if his father isn't abusive then there isn't a reason in haulting his visitation rights. Your son is 16 years old and should be able to see both sides of the story. Let him make judgments based on his own experiences, and don't try and shelter him from an issue that is between you and your sons (MORE)

Police fail to enforce court order for visitation can they be sued and who does the enforcement of court orders?

Generally not. Visitation is a civil matter, not a criminal matter and police have little authority or responsibility in any civil matter.. To enforce your visitation rights, you will probably need to consult a private attorney.. Most departments won't even touch a visitation matter unless the chi (MORE)

If ex hasn't seen his kids for 4 months although it is court ordered that he get them every other weekend now he wants to resume visitation and kids don't want to go can anything be done?

just like the problem with my family, im 14 and my sibling dont want to go to his house on weekends. so my mom went to court about it and his rights and visitations were taken away, if your kids dont want to go, its most likely that he or she is being abusive like my moms ex. kids know what goes on (MORE)

If there is DNA and the father is ordered to pay child support and is behind does he have the right to visit the child if there is no court order to do so?

Yes. Visitation cannot be denied because of lack of payment of child support. The child support still needs to be paid because there could be jail time involved if there is too much owed and late. BUT, you cannot use visitation priveledges as retribution because (its the law, and) the visitation is (MORE)

How do you prove that Noncustodial refused to exercise visits in court when he failed to pick up for 4 months and order says he gets reduced visits?

It is VERY difficult to prove a negative. It is much easier to show that a thing happened. Therefore, you need to begin to keep track of each and every pick up that actually happens. Then you can offer it as proof of every pick up. It will show the number of times the exchange of the child took plac (MORE)

Can the mother of a child tell the father of the child that he can only visit his kid after a certain time without a court order?

No, the father should have rights to visit the child. but the dates and times should be up to you . :) But, single fathers have not legal rights to see their children, even while paying child support, until granted those rights by the court. I teach fathers how to fight for their rights. It's a G (MORE)

If there is restraining order on father can he get visits?

Yes. Restraining orders are very easy to get, requiring no evidence, as David Letterman learned in a New Mexico case. (see link below) Restraining orders are commonly used to prevent fathers from getting access rights or custody of children. Denying a child a father is by far more abusive, as we (MORE)

If there is no court order can the mom deny visition?

The short answer is "yes". If a custody agreement has not been set and lawyers are not involved then the mother does not have to let anyone see her child. However, if the father's name is on the birth certificate, he may have the same rights. In some states, the father listed on the birth certificat (MORE)

Does a father have the right to visitation rights if the father pay child support with money orders without court order?

No, and he's not paying child support. He's giving gifts, since there's no order. Answer Child support and visitation are two different and separate issues. Both should be governed by court order if the parents cannot come to an agreement that is kind and considerate of the needs of the CHILDR (MORE)

What happens if you let a father see his child and there is a court order stating he has no visitation rights?

You have left out an obvious detail: Why would there be a court order that denies visitations. That implies that visits are not in the best interest of the child. You need to do the right thing and not violate a court order that was issued for the benefit of the child. If that is the case, some othe (MORE)

What to do if court ordered child visitation is being blocked by a parent?

well it depends on why its being blocked and if the parent is blocking it just because they don't want the child to see the other parent, if that is the case it isn't allowed and you should speak to the court about this i know this because my parents have been in custody battles since i was 3 and i (MORE)

Can you refuse visitation when no court orders in place?

It depends on the circumstance and the law of the state in which you reside. In Georgia, if you are the mother of a child born out of wedlock, you can refuse visitation and the father would need to obtain a court order granting the father visitation. If you are married and separated and/or going thr (MORE)

The mother of your child doesn't let his father visit with his child even though a mutual visiting rights agreement exists. How does the father obtain a visitation order through the court?

Inquire at the court that has jurisdiction over your case. If a visitation order is being violated file a motion for contempt and follow it through. If there is no visitation order then ask the court to set one up. A child has the right to visit with both her parents. Inquire at the court that has (MORE)

Can a noncustodial parents rights be revoked for failure to show up for court ordered supervised visitation mom has only seen them 5 times in 2yrs grandma is supervisor for visits?

What kind of rights? Visitation rights? Parental rights? That depends on state law where the child legally resides (or country if outside the USA). Laws vary widely on what may be considered neglect/abandonment and termination of parental rights based on the same. As far as visitation right (MORE)

What if the father does not visit the child as ordered in Florida?

Courts can write orders that create and define the conditions of visitation, such as frequency, duration, holidays, etc. But, courts cannot force the non-custodial parent to participate in visitation or to be a parent. The custodial parent should keep track of dates and the facts that occurred on da (MORE)

What rights does a single father have for visitations if there is no court order?

It depends on your status: married/unmarried, divorced/separated, etc. Depending on your circumstances and the facts in your particular case you may need to establish your rights by a court action. A married father has equal parental rights. An unmarried father must establish his paternity legal (MORE)

Can a 15 year child choose not to go to her fathers if the mother has custody and there is a visitation order?

No. The mother must obey the visitation order or she will be in contempt of a court order. If the daughter has legitimate reasons why she doesn't want to go then the mother must return to court and request a modification of the visitation order. She should be prepared to provide compelling evidence (MORE)

Can you get a court order so you can be there with your daughter when is visiting time for her father?

Generally, you would need to request that the visitation order be modified to require supervised visitations. You would need to provide compelling evidence to the court that your request is justified and the court would assign an investigator who would review the situation. If the report supports yo (MORE)

When my son is returned from court ordered visitations his father becomes explosive at the smallest things by yelling etc. How do I stop this?

First, you must make certain you are following the visitation schedule exactly as it is set forth in the court order. Do not make it difficult for the father to exercise his visitation rights. If possible, you should arrange the return so that you have minimal contact with the father. He can call (MORE)

What if your child is in danger when on her court ordered visits?

Then you must visit the court with jurisdiction over your case immediately and ask for a temporary order to stop the visits until a hearing can be scheduled. If possible you should contact the attorney who represented you in the past. Of course, you need compelling evidence of the danger. Then yo (MORE)

A mother continuously violates court orders by failing to obey the visitation order and refusing to allow the father to see the children. What can the father do?

The court can change the custody order and take primary custody away from the mother. The father should stay on top of the situation by filing a motion for contempt of a court order (visitation) and every time she violates the visitation order he should keep filing motions for contempt. She may even (MORE)

What can you do when a father refuses to follow court orders?

That's what courts are for. You should seek legal advice from an attorney or ask to speak with an advocate at the family court with jurisdiction over your case. You haven't mentioned what orders he refuses to follow. If the father refuses to take the child for his scheduled visits there's not much (MORE)

What if the mother of child is not following court order for visitation?

I would take her to Court, as she is not following the Court Order. The father should file a motion for contempt of a court order as soon as possible and stay on top of it if the mother is interfering with his visitations. If the mother continues to violate the court order for visitations she ca (MORE)

Can a mother deny visitation to a father when there is no court order?

If there is no joint custody then yes, the mother can deny visitation rights to the father. However, unless the father is unfit such as a drug user; belongs to a gang; has a criminal record then the child should come first and should have the right to see the father no matter how the mother feels ab (MORE)

What are a mother's legal options if the father continuously doesn't show up for his court ordered visits?

If the failures continue she should speak speak with her attorney. She could return to court and file a motion to have the visitation schedule modified. She should start keeping a detailed record of his missed visits. Unfortunately, no one can force a person to grow up and accept their grown up resp (MORE)

The father has the child living with him and enrolled in school. The mother does not bring her back after weekend visitation and there is no court order. What happens?

If the parents are unmarried and there is no custody order then nothing happens . The father needs to establish his paternity legally and request custody and/or visitations. The court will also issue a child support order. If there is no marriage to establish legal status then the parties must es (MORE)

The father is denying mother court ordered visitation. What can she do?

The mother needs to get herself to the court immediately, ask to speak with a court advocate and file a motion for contempt. She needs to stay on top of the situation. If the father continues to deny court ordered visitations he could eventually lose custody. However, the court cannot help to enforc (MORE)