He will not get custody, but he can get supervised visitation.
if it involves joint custody
You may arrange visitation through the courts.
She cannot stop visitations on her own for any reason. Only the court can change a visitation order. She must request that the court modify the visitation order and provide police reports detailing the assault. If she stops the visitations on her own she could lose custody.
If you are not married and there is no custody or visitation order, she has custody automatically. The father have to prove paternity in court by a DNA test and then petition for custody or visitation. He can then also pay child support.
Yes they can until there is a court order for custody and visitation
Child support and custody/visitation are separate issues. You should contact your local courts to file for visitation/custody if the custodial parent is denying visitation.
How does he have any visitation rights with a custody and child support order?
Judicial custody is when you are held by order of a judge and are not necessarily charged with anything.Police custody is when you are charged with something and are in the custody of the police.
Yes, the father have to go to court to get visitation or custody.
Yes of course you can. Visitation rights or shared custody should be settled when they are babies. There should have been a visitation order entered at the time the father was granted custody. There is no age restriction. Unless you were deemed an unfit parent you have the right to a visitation schedule. You should return to the court that issued the custody order and request a visitation schedule.
Being denied visitation or not, a father can petition for sole custody. The two situations are not related.