Q: Can the other parent restrict the other from visitation based on awaiting Covid results? Court appointed
A: The best response I can provide would be to tell you -- it depends. The law in general is always going to boil down to precisely what has happened and precisely what has occurred in court and precisely what court rulings have been made. Your question assumes that a "yes" or "no" response is available. It is not. Every domestic situation is going to be decided on the particular facts of the case. Unfortunately, questions such as yours seek a yes or no response. Finally, you mentioned "court appointed." I am not sure what you mean by this. Are you saying somebody is using a court appointed attorney? That would mean there is a case already filed. If this true, you should certainly have an attorney you can go to with questions such as yours here. At the end of the day, the best way to learn anything about your situation is to sit down and discuss it with an attorney who can then ask you questions to gain a better understanding of what your true situation actually is. Invariably, this always going to be the best response we can provide.
A: I agree with my colleague. This really depends. If you are unsure about such things you can always consult with an attorney who can review your case in detail and provide you with guidance.
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