Visitation Child Between States  

Visitation of child is the special time when the non-custodial parent gets to spend time with his or her child after a divorce. The main reason for allowing child visitation is that both parents can be part of the child's life and show the child that they care of him or her.

When it comes to visitation of child between states, the issue gets more complicated than it is already. This means that either the child has to travel alone to visit the non-custodial parent or the parent has to make time and drop in to see and be with the child. Either option can create a problem. However, with proper negotiation with the custodial parent, visitation of child between states can be resolved.

One of the best ways to sort out visitation of child between states is to make arrangements with the custodial parent to have the child over for longer visits. These visits would only be possible during spring break or summer vacation. However, you can also speak to your ex-spouse to allow the child to spend alternate holidays (Easter, Thanksgiving or Christmas) with you.

When it comes to visitation of child between states, the biggest issue you will face is that of transportation. Make sure you make reliable arrangements and inform the custodial parent accordingly so that there is no disagreement or problems later on. Invariably, the most logical way of travelling between states would be taking a plane. If your child is under 5 years old, you would have fly and then bring the child back with you as airlines do not allow children under the age of 5 to fly alone. However, if the child is older and both parents are comfortable, the child can fly out unaccompanied and then you can collect him or her at the airport.

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