Every Child

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No provisional visitation during family court proceedings

 

During Family Court legal proceedings, which can often take years, no provisional visitation or other access is granted between a child and the parent without physical possession of the child.  Because these proceedings are usually very lengthy, a “status quo” is typically established by the time they are completed.  This status quo, by default, is typically determined to be in the “best interests of the child,” even if it was achieved through child abduction, denial of access or other conduct on the part of one parent that would actually constitute criminal behavior in many other Convention States.  In any case, such behavior should be a clear indicator to authorities that the parent engaging in it may not be acting in the best interests of their child.

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The information on this website concerns a matter of public interest, and is provided for educational and informational purposes only in order to raise public awareness of issues concerning left-behind parents. Unless otherwise indicated, the writers and translators of this website are not lawyers nor professional translators, so be sure to confirm anything important with your own lawyer.




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