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    I have done research but have been unable to find info. What age does a child no longer need to have visitation with non custodial parent. Child is 16 dosen't want to go anymore.

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    I could not find any information specific to New Jersey, but did find a lawyers web site over in Cal. and read what he posted about this subject.... basically, that attorney said it is the custodial parents obligation to "make the child available" for visitation, and to "reasonably compel the child to visit."

    I would say, that at 16 years old, Dad should be informed the child does not wish to visit and given the chance to try anyway, and told he would need to pick the child up at your home.... and YOU just make sure the child is at home, and available for Dad to TRY.... Dad has to convince her - its HIS relationship with her that is not in good standing.... don't damage it by encouraging her not to go, but obviously, at 16, you can hardly force her.

    Just my opinion......... based on what I've read...... someone else may have better legal advice.....

    God Bless!
    Amy

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      Originally posted by Helping Hand View Post
      I have done research but have been unable to find info. What age does a child no longer need to have visitation with non custodial parent. Child is 16 dosen't want to go anymore.
      If the vistation is court ordered, the child cannot choose until they become an adult.

      Or, until the court order is modified.

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