A woman was allowed to move to South Carolina with her daughter as divorce proceedings allowed. The father of the girl was allowed visitation rights, but the mother blocked all of them, except for one, in 2010 as reported by the New York Law Journal in an August 16, 2012 article. Supposedly, the mother kept coming up with excuses to prevent her ex-husband from visiting their daughter. It is important to follow court orders and, if only for your childrenâ€™s sake, allow visitation if you have primary custody. Children are usually emotionally attached to both parents and often deserve to se both of them.
In the court case, the judge took away the motherâ€™s custody rights and gave them to the father.
If you need help in a custody or visitation case or if you are considering divorce, contact the law office of Jayson Lutzky, P.C. Mr. Lutzky has over 29 years of experience practicing law. To set up a free in person consultation call (800) 660-5299. Additionally, you can visit www.MyNewYorkCityLawyer.com for further information.