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From my understanding, many states are now not allowed to grant “reasonable visitiation” as they have found that there are often disputes between the parents as to what IS “reasonable”. Where I live, the visitation has to at least state how many days a year I am allowed to spend with the children. In addition, the courts have found no one can actually enforce the order for visitation, as “reasonable” is usually not defined in legal statutes. Children’s Services and law enforcement are not willing to take a stand in determining if one parent’s request is reasonable or not when there is a dispute. Does North Carolina allow “reasonable visitation” to be ordered in a custody case or not?