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What is the Standard Visitation for the non custodial parent if the custodial parent has Primary Physical Custody?

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2012-03-06 23:15:45
2012-03-06 23:15:45

There is no standard. The policies vary from state to state and from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. There are no universal standards in family law. See the discussion page for some examples from various jurisdictions.

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No, but you can grant extended visitation privileges.


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