Temporary Visitation


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Originally posted by Rusty
My spouse physically has our children, but we have not written agreement about custody or visitation. I have been told that I cannot get temporary visitation until after the court-ordered mediation. This means I cannot see my children in the meantime. Is this correct?

If you and your spouse have decided to live separately, you each have equal access to visit with your children. While court-ordered mediation is required in custody disputes, unless you have been ordered to have no contact with your children until you complete said mediaiton, you can reasonably request to spend time with your children. Sometimes a court will order limited contact for one parent during a pending dispute when a domestic violence protective order has been sought.

Deborah M. Throm
Rosen Law Firm
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Chapel Hill, NC 27514
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Email: dthrom@rosen.com

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My spouse physically has our children, but we have not written agreement about custody or visitation. I have been told that I cannot get temporary visitation until after the court-ordered mediation. This means I cannot see my children in the meantime. Is this correct?