This form addresses important considerations that may effect the legal rights and obligations of the parties in a child custody and visitation matter. This questionnaire enables those seeking legal help to effectively identify and prepare their issues and problems. Thorough advance preparation enhances the attorney’s case evaluation and can significantly reduce costs associated with case preparation.
Popular Visitation Forms
Visitation Forms by State
About Visitation Laws
Visitation rights are determined by the agreement of parties or by a court order. This includes situations involving divorce and rests between the divorcing parents involving reasonable times for visitation by the other parent.
What are common problems with Visitation rights?
Common problems include when a parent will use visitation to spite the other parent, rather than have the child’s best interest in mind. These problems arise on either side, the custodial parent or the non-custodial parent. Legal action is usually taken to prevent a parent legally contradicting a visitation court order. The court can make permanent visitation modifications as well, but not without evidence of the other parent violating terms of visitation agreements.
What are some of the most common forms used for visitation?
The most popular forms used are Agreement for Consent Judgement Granting Sole Custody of Minor Child to Father, Petition by Grandparent for Visitation Rights with Minor Grandchild on Dissolution of the Marriage of the Parents of Minor Child, Visitation Guidelines, Motion for Visitation at a Supervised Visitation Center and Child Custody and Visitation Questionnaire.