Q: Information about NY non-custodial visitation.
I have a visitation order in NY for my daughter i live in NJ , I haven't been successful in acting on it very much since the mother its not cooperating with the order . In the mid of 2018 i lost contact physical and digital with her and daughter and I've trying ever since i also filed numerous police report which pretty much are garbage . in late 2019 i was granted a temporary order on Sundays from 10-1 i didn't act on this order cause i don't agree with such because i am not a criminal and i felt disrespected with this order due to the fact that i wanted weekends as a non-custodial parent a least twice a month with a least one vacation a year . I again lost contact with her since the end of 2019 , i would like to make a second come back but this time with a lawyer to pretty much obtain or at least get some more time with her , what would be the best approach for me to follow and generally speaking how much are we looking at for the whole process . child support 2 date she is 12 years
A: This was posted previously and answered. The process hasn't changed. If you are asking how much this matter will cost it would be difficult for any attorney to give you a figure as it all depends on how much time will be spent on the case and if there will need to be a trial.
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