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Child Visitation Letter Basics

When you split up with a partner, but want to spend time with your children, visitation becomes necessary. If you either have custody of the children, or visitation rights, you can use a Child Visitation Letter to establish the specific details of the time to be spent with the kids. Once a divorce decree has been issued, custody will be awarded to one parent, with the other typically granted visitation rights (which might also be granted to grandparents, too). A Child Visitation Letter helps you establish how visitation will proceed.

Use the Child Visitation Letter document if:

  • You have visitation rights and want to plan a get together.
  • The other parent isn't following the visitation rules and you need to formally let them know.

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With a Child Visitation Letter, you can advise the other parent of the what, how, and when of a child's visit. As well as detailing the time and location of the pickup and return of the kids, a Child Visitation Letter enables you to describe special activities related to the visit which the other parent should know about. With this document you can help protect your relationship with your children so that the time you spend with them is fun and happy; a Child Visitation Letter outlines the activities so that the other parent knows what to expect, so you can concentrate on what really matters: your kids.

Other names for this document: Child Visitation Agreement Letter

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