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Yes. If the absent parent is committed to creating a relationship with their child that parent should petition the court for a child visitation schedule. A child should have the benefit of two parents. However, the absent parent should allow the child to acclimate slowly by visiting the child in her own environment at first until a trusting and comfortable relationship can develop. Also, the absent parent shouldn't make those changes unless they are committed to form a permanent relationship. It would be extremely damaging to the child if that parent disappeared from their life again.

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Q: Would a California noncustodial parent be granted visitation rights to a Florida child he has only seen in once in seven years if he has paid support through a wage garnishment for this period of time?
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