If you are no longer receiving your court ordered visitation do you still have to pay child support?
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 child is endangered (and there must be evidence). you will need to contact an attorney to get anything else done.
If a father has custody and the mother has visitation rights does the father have the right to deny all access to the child because he is angry?
How can I stop paying child support for a child that Ive never seen and doesnt know me When the mother will not allow me to be part of child's life?
What rights does a father have if he has visitation rights and after 8months the mother has kept the son from father?
What if you are divorced now and want to see you kids but the mother suffers from Parental alienation syndrome and want let you see the kids without her there?
I do not understand how she could legally could do this. Your settlement agreement should have some visitation allowed. If it does, you can enforce visitation, if the agreement does not allow you to have visitation, you either did something wrong or you sign a lopsided agreement that you will now need to contest. Good Luck
If you have a court order file a motion for contempt. If no court order, get one for visitation quickly, then you can easily enforce your visitation rights. It might be a good idea to call the local sheriff and have a "well" check done on the child to see if everything is OK. It will also let the mother/father know that you are concerned about the child and will also let her know that…
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.
The first thing is there an order set up by the judge for there to be visitations? If so, and you are not getting the visits with your child then you need to contact the court and file a motion for contempt of the visitation order. They will schedule a hearing and may issue a new order. After repeated times of the other parent denying you visits they can lose custody.
If a father pays child support and has visitation every other weekend can the mother move and not tell him where his child lives?
If you're the father and the custodial parent is not abiding by the terms of the court order saying that you had visitation rights, then contact the court. You personally can't enforce them, but the court darn sure can; the custodial parent may be found in contempt of court if she is failing to abide by the terms. If you're the custodial parent ... court orders very seldom say that a non-custodial parent must visit…
If visitation is court ordered, the 5 year old must go. If the parents try to interfere, court personnel could get involved to enforce the court's order. Often the courts use law enforcement such as county sheriffs or marshalls to enforce orders when necessary. Additionally, custodial interference is often a crime, for which police could arrest the interfering parent. A 5 year old is far too young to have real feelings about visitation. If the…
the custodial parent is the parent the child lives with the non custodial parent is the parent the child does NOT live with the non custodial parent assuming he / she knows he is a parent... is usually the patitioning parent. if he /she chooses not to seek visitation rights the court cannot force him/ her to see the child.... but they can enforce child support. research the laws for your state.