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Visitation Rights - Special Situations

This section deals with visitation rights when there is a special situation where normal visitation between a child and the non-custodial parent is not possible for some reason. This could be because that parent is in prison, or is violent, an alcoholic or a drug addict. It could also be because the non-custodial parent is normative but lives overseas.

A special situation may also exist because of the child, rather than the non-custodial parent. For example, the child may have been a victim of parental alienation or brainwashing by the parent he/she lives with and is undergoing special psychological treatment in order to start or renew a relationship with the non-custodial parent.