Can a parent keep a child away from another parent?

Can a parent keep a child away from another parent?

This particular tactic is called parental alienation, and it is an attempt to isolate a child from the other parent. Whether the reason comes from a parent or not, a parent does not have the legal right to keep a child away from the other parent if there is a court order that requires visitation.

What rights does a parent without legal custody have?

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There are two types of custody: physical custody and legal custody. If a non-custodial parent\u2014or one without joint physical custody\u2014is also without joint legal custody, then often the only absolute right of the non-custodial parent is to enjoy visitation with the child as ordered by the court.

How do I sign over my parental rights in Alabama?

Based on Ala. Code Section a court may terminate a parent’s rights if the parent is unable or unwilling to discharge their responsibilities, and the conduct or condition of the parent that makes them unable to care for their child is unlikely to change in the foreseeable future.