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    My ex husband and I have joint custody. I pay child support. He and his wife constantly bash me to my children who are 14 and 11 (will be 12 in May). He has convinced them I am a horrible person and they are refusing to come see me. His views on it are "if they don't want to go I am not forcing them". I have done everything I can to make sure they are happy and healthy, but it is hard to battle someone who has a lot more time with them than I do.

    My question is this:

    Is there any law in Kentucky in regards to children refusing visitation with NCP? Also, If he doesn't make them go what recourse do I have?

  • #2
    Originally posted by Kiemye View Post
    My ex husband and I have joint custody. I pay child support. He and his wife constantly bash me to my children who are 14 and 11 (will be 12 in May). He has convinced them I am a horrible person and they are refusing to come see me. His views on it are "if they don't want to go I am not forcing them". I have done everything I can to make sure they are happy and healthy, but it is hard to battle someone who has a lot more time with them than I do.

    My question is this:

    Is there any law in Kentucky in regards to children refusing visitation with NCP? Also, If he doesn't make them go what recourse do I have?
    Minor children cannot decide to not visit.
    Do you have a court order that spells out visitation?

    If you do, and ex refuses to send kids, you'll need to file in court to have the order enforced.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by xena View Post
      Minor children cannot decide to not visit.
      Do you have a court order that spells out visitation?

      If you do, and ex refuses to send kids, you'll need to file in court to have the order enforced.
      Yes I have an order of visitation. Thank you for the response.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Kiemye View Post
        Yes I have an order of visitation. Thank you for the response.
        Good. If ex continues to refuse to send the children, you can file a motion with the court to enforce the visitation order.
        When you file, be sure to also request make-up visitation time.

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