- Who receives parenting time? Category: Visitation FAQs
The parent who does not have physical custody will have scheduled parenting time with the children, except in unusual situations.
- Can I stop paying child support if the other parent won't let me visit my child? Category: Visitation FAQs
No. You can go to Court and ask to end the child support order until you receive your parenting time, but you cannot end payments without the Court’s permission. The Court does not like to stop child support payments and it will allow support to be stopped only if there is proof that you have had very serious problems obtaining your parenting time.
- Can I stop allowing parenting time if the other parent stops paying child support? Category: Visitation FAQs
- Do I have to make my children go on visits if they don't want to go? Category: Visitation FAQs
Yes, the children need to go on visits that a Court has ordered, even if they don’t want to go. You should try to find out why the children do not want to visit the other parent and work out any problems together or through counseling. Only in rare cases does the Court limit time spent with the other parent.