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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentLaw & Ethics · 1 month ago

Why do so many answered on this think family courts exist partly to provide visitation rights to non-custodial parents?

Update:

This is only considered an ideal situation for children where there is mutual acceptance between parents, not one or two sided conflict.

Now if such a situation existed, there would be no need to go to court!

The only recourse for the non-custodial parent is to prove the other criminal or addicted or totally unfit, by having the >10yo children side with him/her, which is very hard to do for children one has no contact with.

Update 2:

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  • 1 month ago
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    The world is full of idiots, and people who don't give a s hit.

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  • Foofa
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    1 month ago

    Because that IS part of their function. Parental splits can be messy so the courts often have to intervene in the best interest of the children. 

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  • 1 month ago

    Probably because that is part of the reason they exist.

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