Visitation right refers to the right granted by the court to a parent who has no custody of the child to visit his or her child regularly. Normally, only after the court heard the case and considered that the parent's visit will seriously endanger the child's physical, mental, moral, or emotional health, the parent's right to visit would be refused.
The general visitation rights have been negotiated by the parents. If both parties cannot reach an agreement, the court will decide on their own. But when parents have conflicts over the right to visit, how do they fight for the visitation rights? Contact us, whether you are a guardian or a non-guardian party, our lawyers will fight for your best interests and protect the interests of your children to the greatest extent.