Visitation is for the well-being of your children who have a right to be loved by and spend time with both parents. Even if your children say they do not want to visit their noncustodial parent anymore, this is not a valid reason to deny visitation. Nor may you deny visitation because you harbor bad feelings about your ex-spouse. If you believe that spending time with your ex-spouse is harmful or dangerous to your children, you have the right to go to court and request a change in the visitation terms of your divorce. A divorce lawyer can help guide you through this process.

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