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Tags >> denial of visitation
Feb 28, 2014

divorce lawyer Caroline ThompsonQuestion:

My ex-wife’s new husband has cut off my access to my children and stated if I want to speak to them then all calls and communication must go through him.

There is nothing in our custody agreement regarding phone access, however I do not live in the same state as my ex and children. Is there anything I can do to regain contact with my children?

Apr 10, 2013

Noblesville Indiana Divorce LawyerQuestion:

My wife has moved out with our children and is denying me access to them saying she doesn't have to give me parenting time if there is not a court order.

I do not wish to cause any problems that could potentially damage my child custody case. I do, however, wish to see my children.

How can I get parenting time with my children if I am still legally married and no court orders have been issued?

Dec 19, 2012

divorce lawyer Jordan RapoffQuestion:

My ex-wife is denying my court-ordered parenting time so I filed a Family Access Motion, per my state's divorce laws.

The judge has failed to make a final determination within the 60-day mandate for a Motion for Family Access. Can he do that?

Apr 24, 2012

Noblesville Indiana Divorce LawyerQuestion:

I would like to file a parenting time contempt motion because my ex-wife denies my visitation every few months.

Is that enough frequency to file a contempt charge? How can I improve my chances to win a contempt motion?

Nov 23, 2011

Utah divorce lawyerQuestion:

During our separation period, my wife and I have been sharing child custody.

However, she is now denying me my visitation and has indicated she wants to move out of state with her new boyfriend.

We are awaiting mediation but it has been over a week since I've seen my child. There is no actual court order for visitation at this point so I am unsure what to do and where to go from here.

Do I wait for our mediation appointment and hope she allows me to see my daughter or is there another route I can go?

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