What Is Visitation In Kentucky?
Visitation or time-sharing refers to the time a parent spends with the child. Generally all parents are entitled to reasonable time with their kids. This is because all parents have a constitutional right to care for and control their children.
Usually a judge defines what amount of time-sharing is reasonable by setting out a schedule, which rotates the child back and forth between the parents. This schedule will generally take into account how far apart the parents live and the child’s school schedule as well as other factors. Some parties decide to come up with their own arrangements, which they present to the court as a “parenting plan.” Continue reading