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Does a child have to visit aparent with visitation rights who lives out of state?

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2012-10-05 19:24:36
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Yes, at least until the child reaches the age of majority (usually 18, sometimes older) in the state where they legally reside.

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The legal guardian has all rights over the child unless the mother has visitation rights. If so, they must be followed.



The interstate visitation rights act gives great information in the area of this question. http://www.law.upenn.edu/bll/archives/ulc/icv/chldvsit.htm


The custodial parent is the parent in which the child resides with. My son lives with me and I am the custodial parent, his dad has visitation rights and pays child support.


He has whatever rights the courts set forth, but he might have to pay for at least half the travel costs.


No, he has visitation rights. If she wont let him in the house he has the right to see his child somewhere else. If the court agrees he can also get shared custody.


Typically parents have equal rights to their children, but if the child lives in a different country, it's best to hire a lawyer that knows the laws in that country when it comes to things like custody, visitation, and child support


No, but the child can make their wishes known to the court (procedure depends on where the child lives) and custody may be modified based on the same if the child provides a valid and compelling reason why such a modification should be granted.


No. At the minimum, this is ground for a motion to enforce access rights, and change of custody. see link


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if the mother terminates her rights can he collect child support from the mother if child lives with him?


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In the residential jurisdiction of the child. see links for more help.


It depends on the reasons for moving and the age of the child. How has custody of the child.


The child may visit at any age if a court order for visitation is in place. If no such order exists or visitation has been terminated for any reason, the child can visit their parent when they reach the age of majority in their state, 18 in Colorado.


Do you have a court order saying you have visitation? Are you the biological father? If so then YES. Go back to court and file for custody.


Absolutely. Visitation and child support are 2 different issues, separated in court. The child will still have to be fed etc regardless of where he lives. If it was that easy to get out of child support all people had to do was moving out of state.


Full custody means that one parent (the one that the child lives with) has the child 24/7 and the other parent has visitation with the child/children, sole custody is when one parent has the child 24/7 and the other parent is not allowed visitation.


It's highly unlikely that custodial rights would even be considered. However, courts seldom refuse visitation rights unless there is evidence of abuse or neglect on the part of the requesting parent. If there is not a court order terminating parental rights due to abandonment or another such issue, the parent will likely be granted visitation. It is quite possible, the court would order supervised visitation for a specified length of time. A lot depends on the reason for non-contact with the child. Courts tend to leave things as they are and not make drastic changes in children's lives unless it is what they want and better for them in the long run. yes, you can get visitation and/or custody but again, it depends on what kept you away (drugs, jail, etc.).


At age 18. A child should always be taught to honor the authority of the court and the need of a parent in their lives. see links below



The father does not have his own home for the child on visitation,what to do?Not if he has a court order for visitation.Visitation can be at the mothers house or where the father lives. If he does not have a place to live they can still see each other but not over night visits.


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