Video: What General Factors are Considered When Determining Visitation?
Length: 01:29 Upload Date: September 27th, 2017 Parents who do not get physical custody of their children are entitled to visitation, or, as it’s known in several states, parenting time. Most courts operate under a rebuttable presumption that frequent, meaningful contact with both parents is in the best interest of the child. Therefore, a responsible, loving parent who cannot assume custodial responsibility can enjoy regularly scheduled visits without any special restrictions. A Salisbury family attorney can help you understand how visitation laws might apply to your circumstances.
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