1. Parents who don’t get custody have a legal right to visitation.
2. Your child/ren are not allowed to decide whether or not they will comply with the court ordered visitation.
3. You can’t withhold child support because the opposing parent fails to exercise his/her visitation.
4. You can be held in contempt for failing to allow other parent to visit with the child/ren as ordered.
5. Visitation is a lesser form of custody.
6. You can’t dictate what happens while your child/ren are visiting with the opposing parent.
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