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Unless visitation rights for the non-custodial parent were allowed in the divorce paperwork, the custodial parent is completely within their rights to deny the non-custodial parent visitation....however, the non-custodial parent may sue for visitation rights.

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In some states the parent can contact the department of family and children's services to help enforce the visitation order in most states he or she will need to return to court and request the order be enforced. The custodial parent who denies visitation when there is a court order in affect can be charged with contempt and may be placing their custodial rights in jeopardy depending upon the circumstances.


Have your attorney issue a document subpeona to the carrier to get proof of the coverage. Can you still subpeona if the rights of the noncustodial parent have been recently terminated? The information requested would only be during the time frame that rights were effective to prove that the custodial parent had insurance coverage that she failed to relay to domestic relations.


YOU cannot deny any custody or visitation. Only the court can make an enforceable decision regarding these matters. State laws vary. If physical abuse is the case, the custodial parent will need a record of the abuse and should call the police, take pictures to record the effects, and try to have dis-interested witnesses present at the time of any contact between the parents. If there is no abuse to the children, or no abuse in the presence of the children, it is unlikely to make any change in the court decision for joint custody. It may compel the court to make some order for supervised exchange of the children for visitation. Only the court can make any decision, especially regarding custody. If the non-custodial parent is abusive to the children it may be very good grounds for a sole custody arrangement. It may also encourage the court to provide for supervised visitation. Visitation is a different issue than custody. Visitation is the means for the non-custodial parent to have a relationship with the children and build that relationship. A court generally regards this as semi-sacred. A custodial parent should NOT deny visitation. If it is necessary to curtail visitation for the real safety of the children, the custodial parent should immediately file a request for a change of visitation. Otherwise, a court may frown on a parent who denies visitation. In some states, continual denial of visitation can be grounds for a change of custody.


The attorney representing the non-custodial parent can serve the custodial parent with a interogatory summons requesting proof of insurance or the lack thereof. If the parent wishing such information does not have legal representation, he or she may wish to contact the clerk of the circuit court in the county where the action is to take place for information. Please be advised court clerks cannot give legal advice nor comment on individual cases, they can only impart general information concerning court procedures.


John Doe denies stealing the money.


That is the correct spelling of the word "denies" (from to deny: to disavow, refuse, or forbid).


The parent who has been denied visitation must return to court. He (or the mother if she has been denied scheduled visitations) can file a motion asking the judge to enforce the visitation order. The judge will question the parties to find out why the visitation order is not being followed and may grant extra time to make up for missed visits.The father can also ask the court to hold the mother in contempt for not following the court ordered visitation schedule. A parent who is denied court ordered visitations should seek help from the court as soon as possible. A parent who denies those visitations can be punished with sanctions that could eventually result in the loss of physical custody.


== == If secondary insurance denies coverage, YOU get to pay the bill. == ==


Then he probably is cheating on you and he told you he loved you to change the subject and make you frget about it


yes but she always denies it


He denies rumors that he is gay.



yes she is and if she denies it then she is a bi


HELL NO!! a man should not get mad if his girlfriend denies sex. it is her choice because she has to face the consucuenses. hope this helped!


Yes, it is present tense in the third person singular. "Deny" is also present tense.I denyWe denyYou denyHe/she deniesThey deny




Yes. Who knows why she denies it?



My cousin Sarah denies that she is a brunette.


He could be, nothing proves this or denies it.


it is bad and if someone finds out, they get in trouble


Child Support Enforcement can take their license (I.D.), and can deny them passport privileges. The Passport Denial Program, which is part of the Federal Offset Program, is designed to help states enforce delinquent child support obligations. Under the program, noncustodial parents certified by a state as having arrears exceeding $2,500 are submitted by the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) to the Department of State (DoS), which denies them U.S. passports upon application or the use of a passport service. Noncustodial parents are not automatically removed from the Passport Denial Program even if their arrears fall below the $2,500 threshold.


Just as the Constitution denies many powers to the National Government, is also denies many powers to the States. No state can enter into any treaty, alliance, or confederation. Nor can a State print or coin money or deprive and person of life, liberty, or property without due process of law.




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