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How does a father living in another state from the mother of the child file visitation rights for the child in the state he lives in ?

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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

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No. The father should seek a visitation order and discuss the situation with an attorney.


The father must return to court and file a motion for contempt if the mother does not comply with the visitation order.


Yes, as it should for her to have continued visitation rights to the children now living with the father.


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).


If there is a relative or someone close to the family supervising it has to be someone both parents agree on. Otherwise the court will choose one.


Generally, no. If the mother has full legal and physical custody of that child she can move with that child unless the father has visitation rights. She must comply with the custody and visitation schedule set by the court with jurisdiction.


No. Not if the father has visitation rights. In that case the mother would need court approval. If the father objects the court will hear the objections and issue a ruling.No. Not if the father has visitation rights. In that case the mother would need court approval. If the father objects the court will hear the objections and issue a ruling.No. Not if the father has visitation rights. In that case the mother would need court approval. If the father objects the court will hear the objections and issue a ruling.No. Not if the father has visitation rights. In that case the mother would need court approval. If the father objects the court will hear the objections and issue a ruling.


The father should return to court and file a motion for contempt if the mother is refusing to obey the visitation order. If there is no order then the father should ask how to establish his paternity and obtain a visitation order from the court.The father should return to court and file a motion for contempt if the mother is refusing to obey the visitation order. If there is no order then the father should ask how to establish his paternity and obtain a visitation order from the court.The father should return to court and file a motion for contempt if the mother is refusing to obey the visitation order. If there is no order then the father should ask how to establish his paternity and obtain a visitation order from the court.The father should return to court and file a motion for contempt if the mother is refusing to obey the visitation order. If there is no order then the father should ask how to establish his paternity and obtain a visitation order from the court.


Need to file a petition for visitation. If the father is the biological father he has a right to visitation. There is no court that will not grant visitation to a father. Unless it is proved in court that the father is unfit. There has to be proof of that.


Not if the father hasn't requested a visitation schedule. The mother should allow the father to visit with the child. However, if there is no visitation order in place she won't "get into trouble" if he's is not having visitations with the child. Child support and visitations are two separate issues as far as the court is concerned.Fathers are entitled to visitations. If the mother refuses the father should return to court and request a visitation schedule. The mother will be legally obligated to obey that order.Not if the father hasn't requested a visitation schedule. The mother should allow the father to visit with the child. However, if there is no visitation order in place she won't "get into trouble" if he's is not having visitations with the child. Child support and visitations are two separate issues as far as the court is concerned.Fathers are entitled to visitations. If the mother refuses the father should return to court and request a visitation schedule. The mother will be legally obligated to obey that order.Not if the father hasn't requested a visitation schedule. The mother should allow the father to visit with the child. However, if there is no visitation order in place she won't "get into trouble" if he's is not having visitations with the child. Child support and visitations are two separate issues as far as the court is concerned.Fathers are entitled to visitations. If the mother refuses the father should return to court and request a visitation schedule. The mother will be legally obligated to obey that order.Not if the father hasn't requested a visitation schedule. The mother should allow the father to visit with the child. However, if there is no visitation order in place she won't "get into trouble" if he's is not having visitations with the child. Child support and visitations are two separate issues as far as the court is concerned.Fathers are entitled to visitations. If the mother refuses the father should return to court and request a visitation schedule. The mother will be legally obligated to obey that order.


It is assumed the parents are not married. The father must establish his paternity and request a visitation order. Once the court issued the visitation order the mother must obey it.


If there is no joint custody then yes, the mother can deny visitation rights to the father. However, unless the father is unfit such as a drug user; belongs to a gang; has a criminal record then the child should come first and should have the right to see the father no matter how the mother feels about the father of her child.


You do not have the right to deny visitations but if you do, the father can and should request a court hearing to establish his paternity and get visitation rights. He can request custody or joint custody and the court will render a decision. If the child is to remain with the mother the court will set up a child support order and the father can file contempt charges if the mother withholds visitation or violates the visitation order in any other way.You do not have the right to deny visitations but if you do, the father can and should request a court hearing to establish his paternity and get visitation rights. He can request custody or joint custody and the court will render a decision. If the child is to remain with the mother the court will set up a child support order and the father can file contempt charges if the mother withholds visitation or violates the visitation order in any other way.You do not have the right to deny visitations but if you do, the father can and should request a court hearing to establish his paternity and get visitation rights. He can request custody or joint custody and the court will render a decision. If the child is to remain with the mother the court will set up a child support order and the father can file contempt charges if the mother withholds visitation or violates the visitation order in any other way.You do not have the right to deny visitations but if you do, the father can and should request a court hearing to establish his paternity and get visitation rights. He can request custody or joint custody and the court will render a decision. If the child is to remain with the mother the court will set up a child support order and the father can file contempt charges if the mother withholds visitation or violates the visitation order in any other way.


No, child support and child visitation are two different matters. Neither a father nor a mother can be denied visitation based on the fact that they are not paying child support.


The mother can still have sole legal and physical custody when the father is awarded visitations. Custody and visitations are separate matters. The mother would be required to obey the visitation schedule.


no the father cannot see his child unless it is with his mother around



You need to take the mother back to court to enforce the visitation order. You should act ASAP. The mother is in contempt of a court order and if she continues to ignore the court she could lose custody.


The father might seek visitation and/or custody.


Yes, the father have to go to court to get visitation or custody.


No. Only a court can "revoke" visitation rights.No. Only a court can "revoke" visitation rights.No. Only a court can "revoke" visitation rights.No. Only a court can "revoke" visitation rights.


It's not for the mother to decide. He has to petition for visitation in court. She can not go against a court order.


If there is a visitation order the mother must obey it or she will be in contempt of a court order. If she wants to change the court order she has to petition the court for a modification and provide a good reasons why the child should not be allowed to see his father.


No. Unless she has court written visitation papers or a restraining order. The Father needs to take her to court and get the visitation schedule worked out right away.


It is unlikely the father can make the mother return unless there is an existing visitation order in the South Carolina court. The mother must seek the advice of an attorney as soon as possible.It is unlikely the father can make the mother return unless there is an existing visitation order in the South Carolina court. The mother must seek the advice of an attorney as soon as possible.It is unlikely the father can make the mother return unless there is an existing visitation order in the South Carolina court. The mother must seek the advice of an attorney as soon as possible.It is unlikely the father can make the mother return unless there is an existing visitation order in the South Carolina court. The mother must seek the advice of an attorney as soon as possible.



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