Tag Archives: Visitation

Grandparent Visitation in New York: Do a Child’s Expressed Desires Weigh into the Court’s Decision?

In a previous post, we considered a situation in which the grandparents of a child or children sought visitation when the custodial parent was opposed to such visitation. This week, we consider a related, although slightly different situation in which … Continue reading

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Can a New York Family Court Judge Order Grandparent Visitation?

Most New York child visitation cases involve courts establishing the rights and obligations of the parents as they relate to each other. However, New York family law does contemplate a situation in which a court can order visitation for a … Continue reading

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What Can You Do If You're Denied Visitation With An Incapacitated Loved One?

Recent news is replete with stories about spouses, guardians and caregivers accused of refusing to allow family members to visit an incapacitated loved one. These stories have made headlines because they involved celebrities. Among them were disc jockey Casey Kasem … Continue reading

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Can Visitation With a Child Be Reduced Without Prior Notice | Voted “Best of the Valley”

Can Visitation With a Child Be Reduced Without Prior Notice in Arizona In the unpublished decision of Contreras v. Bourke, the Arizona Court of Appeals addressed whether a mother, Nancy, was denied due process of law when an Arizona family … Continue reading

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An Overview of the Standard Visitation Schedule in Texas

Most of the time, parents undergoing a divorce find their child visitation schedule one of the most difficult things thing to deal with.  Child custody and divorce is challenging enough, but dealing with the changes where you’d have to visit your child while following a … Continue reading

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