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Enforcing Child Visitation

Thursday, July 15, 2010 at 9:00 am
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By law in Ohio a parent who has custody of a child in a divorce cannot withhold visitation rights to the non-custodial parent simply because he...or she...is behind in child support payments. However, those involved in family courts say it happens and not infrequently. In fact, even when child support payments are current some non-custodial parents, most often fathers, are denied visitation by their ex-spouse. The fathers can fight in court but it can be months before those cases are heard and some say judges in Ohio rarely do much to enforce their visitation orders. Join host Mike McIntyre as he discusses visitation rights, plus the confusion and dissatisfaction some have with the current rules and how they are played. Do fathers get a fair shake? Thursday morning at 9 on 90.3


Maryann Dybiec Executive Director, Children's Rights Council of Cleveland
Joel Sacco Family Mediator & Former Magistrate, Cuyahoga County Domestic Relations Court
The Honorable Judge Diane Palos Administrative Judge, Cuyahoga County Domestic Relations Court
Tracy Robinson Executive Director, Ohio Commission on Fatherhood

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