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Yes, provided the parent remembers the purpose of the visitation, and the friends do not draw attention from it.

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As long at it does not address an issue of safety of the child, no they cannot.

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Can the custodial parent bring a 15-year-old to the non-custodial parent and tell them if he is returned they will put him in boys school?

If a parent wishes to relinquish custodial rights it must be done through the court. Actions such as described obviously can happen, but threats and intimidation of anyone (especially children) is not advisable and certainly not acceptable. The welfare of the child is what is important. The custodial parent would not be able to place the child in any school (other than a private or boarding/educational facility) w/o ajudication via juvenile court.


Can you prevent the non-custodial parent keeping the kids for 6 weeks during the summer?

You can prevent the other parent from see the kids.First of all How old are they? If they are 12 or close, they probably can decide through mediation if they want to see the non-custodial parent. You have to take him to court and change the current orders. You will be given a mediation date first. If you are low-income, the court will pay for this, or parcial. I would do this before summer. Bring proof if you have it on the last 5 years. Does he pick them up every other weekend? Is he a fit parent? You can e-mail me personally, I will answer any questios you have. Toni


How do you drop rights over to a child that you pay child support for and don't get to see?

In general, parental rights are terminated either preparatory to an adoption, or after a trial in which it is determined that the parent is unfit. In any case, termination of parental rights does not, in itself, terminate child support. If you want to see your child, bring the custodial parent into court.


Are the Gosselin children allowed to bring their toys and personal belongings on visitation?

One wikianswerer's opinion: Yes they are but their dad says no.


What can you do about email harassment by the non-custodial parent?

You have to communicate about the child but how you do that communication is up to you. You do not have to meet in person or even pick the child up yourself. It is beneficial for the child to see the parents get along though and this should be your goal. It is not acceptable for a parent to miss important information because the parents can not communicate.

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Does the noncustodial parent have to bring back the children to the custodial parents after a visit?

Yes, unless there are other arrangements mentioned in the visitation order. The non-custodial parent shouldn't expect the custodial parent to do the transporting. Taking your own parental responsibilities seriously is character building.


What happens if the other parent does not bring the child back?

Initially, nothing. There is no law that says a non-custodial parent must visit the child although there are laws that do govern child support payments. However, if the custodial parent wants to change the court document regarding the non-custodial parent's lack of visitation, the custodial parent should maintain a diary that includes all phone calls, visitation dates missed, any follow-up contact pertaining to the missed visitation with dates and times of contact. The diary can also contain the child's anticipation of the visit and the reactions to the missed visitation. After clearly documenting these infractions, the custodial parent can present the 'evidence' to the courts for remedy. It may be that the non-custodial parent can be charged with a type of abandonment and therefore permanently lose all parental rights. An attorney can explain in greater detail as it pertains to the State in which you reside since each State has different views on non-custodial parental conduct.


Can a non-custotial parent bring people to a supervised visitation?

That would be outlined in the terms of the visitation order or the laws in your state. If it is not, the custodial parent has the right to enter a motion of objection and the court appointed monitor or neutral party may have the right to refuse to allow anyone other than the parent to have access to the child unless otherwise ordered by the court.


What if custodial parent cannot afford to bring child to visitation every week?

Immediately notify whatever court issued the visitation ruling. Perhaps it will be modified because of your situation. Be careful! If youre not complying with the order(WHATEVER the reason) you could be held in contempt of court).


Does a 14 year old have to see non custodial parent if emotional abuse?

No you don't and if you custodial parent is making you, then you can bring it up with the court and they will put a stop to it.


Can a non custodial bring back custodial to court if she makes more money?

Usually, no. The non-custodial parent is expected to make at least a minimal contribution - in Illinois, 20% of net income for one child - regardless of the custodial parent's income.


What happens if parent moves out of state without permission on visitation order?

If you bring the child it would be kidnapping.


What rights does the non custodial parent with joint custody have if refusing to give child back?

Generally, only under circumstances in which there is clear evidence that the child is in an unsafe environment, and has been reported as such. And in that case the parent must file for an emergency order with the court of jurisdiction. It will be followed up by a full hearing within a couple of weeks.


Can non- custodial parent take child with permission and where to bring child back what happens if they dont bring child back?

That is dependent on the custody orders.


Does a 14 year old child have any rights concerning visitation changes?

No. The situation would need to be serious enough for the court to address the issue and render a new order. The custodial parent would need to bring the child's concerns to the attention of the court and allow the court to investigate.


What if non custodial parent does not bring kids home when asked to by custodial parent?

That will cause problems for everyone. The non-custodial parent must follow the visitation order unless the child is in danger or being neglected or there is some other serious reason they do not want to return home. If that is the case then the non-custodial parent must seek a change in custody and request a temporary change immediately so the situation can be examined by the court.If none of that applies it is up to the parent to diffuse the situation and explain to the child that they must return home. Making plans for the next visit is a good way to get the child to cooperate. The non-custodial parent should not encourage that type of behavior nor feed into it by criticizing the custodial parent or encouraging the child to want to stay.That will cause problems for everyone. The non-custodial parent must follow the visitation order unless the child is in danger or being neglected or there is some other serious reason they do not want to return home. If that is the case then the non-custodial parent must seek a change in custody and request a temporary change immediately so the situation can be examined by the court.If none of that applies it is up to the parent to diffuse the situation and explain to the child that they must return home. Making plans for the next visit is a good way to get the child to cooperate. The non-custodial parent should not encourage that type of behavior nor feed into it by criticizing the custodial parent or encouraging the child to want to stay.That will cause problems for everyone. The non-custodial parent must follow the visitation order unless the child is in danger or being neglected or there is some other serious reason they do not want to return home. If that is the case then the non-custodial parent must seek a change in custody and request a temporary change immediately so the situation can be examined by the court.If none of that applies it is up to the parent to diffuse the situation and explain to the child that they must return home. Making plans for the next visit is a good way to get the child to cooperate. The non-custodial parent should not encourage that type of behavior nor feed into it by criticizing the custodial parent or encouraging the child to want to stay.That will cause problems for everyone. The non-custodial parent must follow the visitation order unless the child is in danger or being neglected or there is some other serious reason they do not want to return home. If that is the case then the non-custodial parent must seek a change in custody and request a temporary change immediately so the situation can be examined by the court.If none of that applies it is up to the parent to diffuse the situation and explain to the child that they must return home. Making plans for the next visit is a good way to get the child to cooperate. The non-custodial parent should not encourage that type of behavior nor feed into it by criticizing the custodial parent or encouraging the child to want to stay.


The non-custodial parent had child support court order stop and can the custodail parent stop the non-cusoial parent from seeing the child?

NO! Call they child support agency and find out why he stopped it and actually I don't think he can. Unless you have joint custody and placement he has to pay that is every states law. But do not use him not paying child support to withold your child you can be held in contempt of court. Those are two separate issues. That is right, He cannot just stop paying. and I agree, do not use money to withold your child from seeing him. It will only hurt your child and then come back on you.