Does my 14 year old have to visit her dad?

Does my 14 year old have to visit her dad?

Under the law, each parent must follow a custody order exactly. This means, you’re obligated to make a child in your care available for visits with the other parent as laid out in the custody order. A parent may have a different role in making visits happen for a four-year old child versus a 14 year-old one.

What to do when your son doesn’t want to see you?

In some situations the child may tantrum or actively resist going with you. The best way to handle this situation is to talk directly with the children about your concerns. Let them know that you want to continue being a part of their lives although you realize that they are busy and have other things to do.

What do I do if my child doesn’t want to visit the other parents house?

Talk to your child about why they don’t want to go Try to get to the bottom of why your child doesn’t want to spend time or stay with your co-parent. Let your child express their feelings to you without judgment. When it’s your turn to respond, do so with kindness and understanding.