How can a noncustodial parent have visitation when no agreement was submitted with the divorce and custody order? Mother awarded custody with father being given liberal visitation. Mother dictates visitation schedule however she wants. At the present time there is no visitation with minor child and communication access is blocked by the custodial parent. What does the father need to do to get a visitation schedule? If all the final order says is dad has “liberal visitation” then it is not a complete order. Dad has to file a lawsuit to demand a specific “liberal visitation” schedule that mom has to abide by. Dad should also politely send emails requesting visitation, and let mom look ridiculous when she denies or gives ridiculous options for dad to follow. Gist being, he needs to file for specific visitation rights with the court, which means filing a lawsuit to get the court to issue a specific order. Thank you. The father has filed a motion for custody and visitation with a request for a hearing date. The father is waiting to hear from the court.
– noncustodial parent –
PARENTAL ALIENATION – MIAMI, FL
PLEASE HELP ZORAYA Children need both parents to be involved in their lives even when parents don’t live together anymore!
Judges merely redirect the dysfunction of one parent as a means to achieve an equitable settlement without regard for children. Prospective lawyers to become judges practice under a code of ethics where they are only allowed to have regard their clients and not the children. A prospect practices under these rules of engagement for 20-30m years before a simple letter of appointment to the bench. They can in no way be expected to have regard for children after this indoctrination. The code of ethics for those lawyers practicing family law needs to change before anything gets better for children.
Just know the enemy of your children are the lawyers and judges themselves.
Denial of reasonable access to your own kids is child abuse
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