What age can a child refuse visitation in ny state?

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From what I've read that would be about 13 years of age when he will be given a Law Guardian and the Law Guardian will present the case to the court. It also depends on the maturity of the child and the reasoning behind it.
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What age can a child refuse visitation in wa state?

i believe its 18. unless there is a third party (counselor or therapist etc) that has filed a report for the court that it would be extremely harmful to the child's emotional

What age can a child refuse visitation in IL?

18. Until that age if the parent has court-ordered visitation it has to be followed. If there is a valid reason (and it must be a very valid reason) the child does not want

What age can a child refuse visitation in Oregon?

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What age can a child refuse visitation in Iowa?

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What age can a child refuse to visit a parent?

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What age can a child refuse visitation in MD?

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What age can a child refuse visitation in Montana?

When they are 18. if the child do not want to go and the parents agree on this they have to go back to court and modify the visitation order. Until then the parents are respon