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Is there a restraining order in effect against you? What is the reason your sister gives for not allowing you to see your father? Is he able to make decisions for himself or is she his legal guardian? All these questions play a part in your situation. She can keep you from coming to her home, as that is private property and within her control. Denying you the right to see your parent, however is not necessarily within her power to decide. You should consult a Family or Elder law attorney. There are many who offer free consultations and will give you an idea of what your options may be. Good luck.

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Q: How do you get visitation rights to see your 81 year old father who lives with a sister that will not allow you to see him?
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If the mother deprive the father the right to see his child and he pays child support what are will the courts do for legal relief for him?

If the father has visitation rights and the mother refuses to allow the father those rights, then the father can sue the mother in a civil contempt proceeding. If she doesn't have a good reason for disallowing the visitation then she can be held in contempt of court. There are various remedies including giving the father more visitation to make up for the visitation that was disallowed by the mother or even giving the father custody, but usually, the judge will just order the mother to allow the visits. His paying or not paying child support has nothing to do with whether or not he gets visitation (i.e. he gets visitation regardless of whether or not he is current with child support).


It it legal for a mother with a child from another father who has visitation rights to allow her fiance to move into the house with the child from the original father before marriage?

I don't believe so.


Does a stepfather have visitation rights to his stepson after a divorce?

No, a stepfather will not have visitation rights to his stepson after a divorce. The mother can always allow the stepfather to visit if she wants.


If biological father agrees to allow his child to be adopted what rights does he give up?

He essentially give up everything. The child is no longer his legally. He has no responsibilities toward the child and has no visitation rights.


Can a mother with full custody stop the father from seeing the child?

No. A father has the right to see their child. Only the court can bar visitations. A mother who refuses to allow the father his visitation rights risks losing custody.


Do guardians have to allow visitation to the father?

If there's a court order, than yes.


What rights does a father have if there is no court order but he pays monthly and the mother has custody and guardianship?

As many rights as the mother wishes to allow until the father protects himself with court ordered visitation and decision making rights. In some states, the father may have certain intrinsic rights, but you would need to provide where you reside and the state (or country if outside the USA) where the child legally resides.


Can a mother deny visitation if the father is paying child support?

Whether or not a parent is paying child support is irrelevant when the issue is visitation rights. If there is a court order for visitation the primary custodial parent must allow it or be found in contempt of court. If there is not a court order in place the custodial parent can make the decision to when, where or if visitation is allowed. Visitation guidelines are usually established during the custodial proceedings.


What rights does a grandma have in regards to her granddaughter?

Only as much as the parents allow. In some states grandparents have the right to sue for visitation rights.


Non custodial parent is an OTR driver and wants his new spouse to exercise his visitation rights do I have to let the children go with the new spouse?

You can go back to court and request that the visitation order be modified to better suit the situation and allow the children time with their father.


My husband filled for divorce and i have 2 children by my previous marriage and their father is in prison is there any rights my children have on seeing the one who just f husband now whom just filled?

Many states allow stepparent visitation rights


How could you get visitation for your daughter to see her father?

Take it to court and plead the judge to do this. But, if the father in unstable in the eyes of the court they won't allow this.


Can an unwed mother in the state of Ohio pursue visitation rights against the father?

Once the father's paternity has been established in court she has to be able to prove he is unfit or the court will allow him his rights. If she refuses even though there is a visitation order she would be in contempt of a court order and could eventually lose custody if she continues to interfere with his visits.


What does a father do to get parental rights?

A biological father who was married to the mother has specific parental rights unless a court has ruled otherwise . If there is a question/disagreement as to custody, visitation, support, etc. the parent wishing to establish the criteria should file suit in the family court in the state and county where the minor child currently resides. If the couple were not married the law presumes the mother to be the sole custodian of the minor child. If the mother refuses to allow the father his parental rights the father must first establish paternity and then file a lawsuit to attempt to obtain custodial and/or visitation rights if he that is his wish.


Can the parents of a 17-year-old daughter deny the 21-year-old father visitation rights since he doesn't pay support?

If you live in th US.... Child support and visitation are separate issues. IF Dad has court-ordered visitation, you have to allow it or you are in violation of a court order, and you can face consequences for that.


Do ex step parents have visitation rights in ND?

No. There is no provision in North Dakota state laws to allow visitation with an ex-step-parent. That person would have no legal standing.


What is the rights of grandparents.?

Some states have grandparents rights in the law so the grandparents can seek visitation. Others do not. Without going to court the grandparents only have the rights the parents allow them to have.


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?

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.


Do you have to allow the father visitation if he pays child support?

yes unless he not in the same house check that miss missy


If the mother lives in different state than the father can she file for custody of child without father knowing?

No. Biological parents must be notified when the issue concerns minor children of which they share custodial rights. If the couple are not married the law presumes that the mother has sole custodial rights to the minor child/children until legal procedures are followed that might allow the biological father custodial and/or visitation rights.


Can the father still have visitation if he is not paying child support but has a court order to pay?

Visitation and child support are two different issues. Legally you can't keep your child from visiting the father on that charge. Some fathers have gotten modified change of custody orders because the mother wouldn't allow visitation.


Can a father be denied visitation if he is behind on child support?

it all depends on state that you live in, however, a father has a right to see his children despite his history of child support payments. the mother cannot legally refuse to allow the father to the child or children due to lack of support, unless there is a court order or restraining order that legally allows her to withold visitation. Paying child support and visitation rights have nothing to do with each other.Just because you dont/do pay child support doesnt mean you can/cannot visit your child


How does a father enforce visitation in joint custody when the mother won't allow him to see the child in the state of Florida?

Take it to court.


Can a mother get into trouble if the father is paying child support and not seeing the child?

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What chance do you have at getting sole custody of your son if his very violent father is incarcerated?

Sounds like the odds are pretty good at gaining sole custody. However that does not mean that you will be able to keep the child away from his father forever, or mean that the father will never get a chance to see or interact with his child. The court will probably allow the father "visitation" rights.