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Can a grandparent go to court for an order granting visitation with his or her grandchild?

My son and I don’t really share a good relationship. He doesn’t even let me see his kids. I do miss having my grandchildren around sometimes. Can I go to court for this? Please advise.

03/01/2017   |   Category: Divorce » Visitation   |   State: West Virginia   |   #33111

My brother-in-law was convicted of murder. Can the court grant him visitation rights?

My brother-in-law was convicted of murder in the first degree for killing my sister. Now he has requested the court to grant him visitation rights with respect to his 10-year-old son who at present lives with us. I do not want my sister’s son to meet my brother-in-law, as I think that might have an adverse effect on his mental growth and development. Can the court decide in my ...

02/06/2017   |   Category: Divorce » Visitation   |   State: Iowa   |   #31612

Can a person move to Wyoming Court to modify the visitation schedule made by a court of another state ?

I reside in Wyoming. I obtained an order for child custody from Colorado. Now I want to make certain changes in the visitation arrangements. Is it possible for me to get a changed visitation plan in Wyoming?

01/17/2017   |   Category: Divorce » Visitation   |   State: Wyoming   |   #30408

Does the primary caregiver of a child has any visitation right in Wyoming?

I reside in Wyoming. I was the primary caregiver of my niece’s 4-year-old daughter for the past 2 years. But now my niece is not allowing me to visit the child. Is there any remedy available in Wyoming to establish the primary caregiver’s visitation rights?

01/17/2017   |   Category: Divorce » Visitation   |   State: Wyoming   |   #30407

I visitation rights of my 3-year-old son. Can my mother visit my son when I am deployed on military duty?

I reside in Oklahoma. I have visitation rights of my 3-year-old son. I will be deployed on military duty. During deployment, can my mother visit my son? Is there any provision available in this regard?

01/16/2017   |   Category: Divorce » Visitation   |   State: Oklahoma   |   #30283

I have only visitation rights in my 5-year-old son. How can I get an equal share in the rights and responsibilities towards my son?

I reside in Oklahoma. My 5-year-old son’s custody is with his mother and I have only visitation rights. I would like to have an equal share in the rights and responsibilities towards my son. What is the remedy available for me in this regard?

01/16/2017   |   Category: Divorce » Visitation   |   State: Oklahoma   |   #30282

I reside in Oklahoma. What is the remedy available for me to ensure my visitation rights on my minor children?

I reside in Oklahoma. My wife is having custody of our minor children of 3 and 5 years of age. For the past one month, she is denying me the visitation rights. What is the remedy available for me to ensure my visitation rights?

01/16/2017   |   Category: Divorce » Visitation   |   State: Oklahoma   |   #30280

Is there any legal remedy if my wife moved to another place with the children and denied my visitation rights?

I reside in Maryland. I have visitation rights of my two children who are in the custody of my wife. But my wife is denying my rights. She took the children to another place and I do not have access to them. In this situation, I want to make changes in the custody rights. Is there any remedy available to me in this regard?

01/12/2017   |   Category: Divorce » Visitation   |   State: Maryland   |   #29998

My wife doesn't allow me to visit my child even though the court granted me visitation rights. What can I do?

I live in Alaska. The court awarded the custody of my 5-year-old child to my wife and gave visitation rights to me. I want to know what I can do if my wife did not allow me to see the child?

12/29/2016   |   Category: Divorce » Visitation   |   State: Alaska   |   #29115

Can a stepparent contest for custody or child visitation in California?

I have been married to my husband for about 5 years. I had two kids in my previous marriage and not in this marriage. Our relationship has turned quite sour and we are planning to live separately for some time. However, he wishes to spend time with the kids. Can he file for custody or visitation time, even if they are his step children?

11/23/2016   |   Category: Divorce » Visitation   |   State: California   |   #27097
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