VISITATION MUST NOT BE VIEWED AS A PRIVILEGE TO BE EXERCISED AT THE WHIM OF THE NON-RESIDENTIAL PARENT, BUT AS A RESPONSIBILITY WHICH MUST BE FULFILLED ABSENT NECESSARY CAUSE.
VISITATION IS FOR THE PRIMARY BENEFIT OF THE CHILD OR CHILDREN AND NOT THE NON-RESIDENTIAL PARENT.
These are general visitation provisions for non-residential parents that other families have found suitable.
Following are examples of some factors that may affect the appropriateness of this visitation
· The age(s), specific needs of the children and any unique social circumstances.
· Transportation of the child(ren) to and from scheduled visitations.
· The logistics involved in arranging the visitation.