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Visitation Rights Frustrated Child Custody
What happens when visitation rights are frustrated?
Frustration of visitation occurs when the custodial parent takes steps to prevent the non-custodial parent from having contact with the child. This could be an innocent isolated occurrence, such as taking a child to a doctor to receive medical attention at the time the non-custodial parent is to arrive at the residence to pick-up the child for a scheduled visit. On the other end of the spectrum, when one parent “disappears” with the child, this could be a kidnapping or abduction which would result in criminal prosecution.
Frustration of visitation could be the grounds for modification of or termination of custody rights.
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