Even if you are entitled to visitation, exercising your rights as a parent or grandparent can be easier said than done. Additionally, the courts usually view visitation rights as a privilege – one that can be revoked should either party not adhere to previously agreed upon actions or responsibilities. In most cases visitation can be granted or cancelled depending on the current court order and extenuating circumstances.
As with child custody, courts will often defer to amicable agreements between the parties, so whenever possible it’s important to cultivate a cooperative relationship.
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