In a previous article, I gave you some general information regarding your rights when you are being denied visitation.
If you are being denied visitation and there has never been a custody order regarding the minor child, I discussed the importance of getting a custody order in place in order to enforce your visitation rights and gave you some info on how to do that.
This article takes you through our five step approach to enforcing your visitation rights when you are being denied visitation and you already have a custody order in place.
Step 1 – Verify that you do in fact have a custody order in place.
Step 2 – We need to identify the specific provisions that we are alleging the other side has violated.
Step 3 – We then want to gather the evidence needed to support this violation.
Step 4 – We will file the necessary documents with the court and prove how the other party has violated the custody order.
Step 5 – Resume your visitation.
Zshakira J. Carthens, Esq.
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Disclaimer: This information is meant to educate our audience and help them make better decisions when faced with complex legal issues. Every individual’s situation will be different and you should always seek the advice of an attorney in order to receive specific advice based on your unique circumstances.