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A common issue in child custody disputes in North Carolina involves one parent denying the other parent visitation with the child. Denial of visitation may occur for many reasons, sometimes justifiable, other times not. It is important to consult an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction when these situations arise, as the legal ramifications and potential recourse that each parent has will vary widely depending on the specific facts of each particular case. Two of the biggest factors to consider in all visitation denial cases are the reason for the denial, and whether there is a court order in place outlining child visitation between the parties. Depending on these factors, each party may have a number of legal options, including filing for: contempt, modification of child custody, a temporary parenting arrangement, or emergency custody in extreme situations.
For a more in-depth analysis on this topic, view our Discussion on Denying Parental Visitation in Child Custody Disputes.
Hunter & Hein, Attorneys at Law, PLLC