" I worked out a visitation plan with my ex when we got divorced, but now she never lets me see the kids."
"The court gave me every-other-weekend and all day Wednesday to be with my daughter but I haven't seen her in over a year!"
"According to my lawyer, the court said that I have 50/50 custody, but my ex-husband keeps moving with my little boy and I haven't been allowed to even talk to him on the phone for over two months."
How do courts handle custody cases where the custodial parent has continually interfered with the custody and visitation rights of the noncustodial parent?
- The UCCJEA and Child Custody Enforcement
- Specific Acts Of Interference Which May Cause A Court To Change Custody
- Parental Alienation Syndrome
- Frustration Of Visitation Rights
- Do The Courts Normally Change Custody When The Parental Rights Of The Noncustodial Parent are Interfered With?
- Change Of Residence
- Alienation Of Child's Affections From Noncustodial Parent
Interference With Custody or Visitation:
Frequently Asked Questions CHANGE OF CIRCUMSTANCES AND MODIFICATION OF CUSTODY