How are Child Visitation Rights Decided?

How are Child Visitation Rights Decided?

Tweet A parent’s right to be a part of their children’s lives is a basic right and the courts will only take away that right if they find a parent is a danger to their child and even if that determination is made a court will rarely deny a noncustodial parent visitation with their child. The court will more likely require that the visitation be supervised if they are concerned about the child’s safety. The court may require supervision by either by a children services professional or another family member.  So,...