In this article, we look at the issue of non custodial parent rights to seek a modification of custody when the custodial parent interferes with visitation. That interference can take place in many forms, some of which are more serious than others. If you have any questions about your custody case after you read this article, please contact our experienced attorneys for a free initial consultation.
California law is simple – Both parents have a right to enjoy frequent and continuing contact with their children. California’s laws ensure that contact occurs unless the children’s best interest require otherwise. The most common examples of this are situations of child abuse or endangerment, domestic violence and substance abuse.