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What to Do If the Custodial Parent Ignores The Non Custodial Parent

Title: How to Get Help from the Court When the Custodial Parent Ignores You

Are you a non-custodial parent who is being ignored by the custodial parent when trying to talk to your child? You might be wondering how long you should wait before asking the court to help you. In this blog, we will discuss what you can do to get a court order in place for legal decision making and parenting time.

The Custodial Parent is Ignoring You

If the custodial parent is ignoring you when you try to talk to your child, it is essential to take action as soon as possible. It is a violation of your parental rights, and it can negatively impact your relationship with your child.

No Parenting Time or Legal Decision-Making Plan in Place

If there are no orders other than child support in place, there is no custodial and non-custodial parent. According to the law, there are only de facto arrangements. This means that there is no legal decision-making plan or parenting time in place, and the custodial parent has no right to prevent you from talking to your child.

Getting Help from the Court

To get help from the court, you need to file a petition for legal decision making and parenting time. It is essential to do this as soon as possible to prevent the custodial parent from abusing their power.

If the custodial parent is ignoring you, it is important to take action quickly. Waiting too long can harm your relationship with your child and make it harder to get the court to help you. By filing a petition for legal decision making and parenting time, you can establish your parental rights and protect your relationship with your child. Contact Modern Law today to learn more about how we can help you.

If you are in Arizona, you can contact Modern Law for a free case evaluation. Our experienced family law attorneys can help you understand your rights and options and guide you through the legal process.

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