19. What To Do If A Child Won’t Visit With One Parent After Separation
What To Do If A Child Won’t Visit With One Parent After Separation
One of the most difficult circumstances in Family Law is when a child refuses to see one parent. The parent who is not seeing the child feels hurt, angry, and excluded from the child’s life. The other parent feels blamed, cornered and under attack. In these difficult situations it is very important to do the right things. Doing the wrong thing can really hurt the children. It can also get you into some serious trouble in Family Court. Unfortunately, what many parents to instinctively in these situations is often the worst choice.
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