Oklahoma City, OK asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Oklahoma

Q: If paternity derceee states this do I just give him that day or do I allow for second day if not stated?

Paternity decree states if father is in the area, he is allowed in person visits as long as he gives mother a 10 day notice. The visits will be supervised by mother and last three hours if parents can not decide on a time and there will be no more then two visits in one week. Father has asked for a visit on September 3rd is coming from oregon? I said yes to September 3rd if he gets down here and wants another day and I have plans do I have to allow the other day since he has only asked for that one day? But he only asked for that one day?

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Pete David Louden
Pete David Louden
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  • Divorce Lawyer
  • Norman, OK
  • Licensed in Oklahoma

A: An attorney would need to actually see your order before trying to give you specific advice. With that said and in general terms, if a parent comes from Oregon and wanted to visit two days while in Oklahoma, I would have to believe a court would find that to be a reasonable request.

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Anna L Self
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Anna L Self
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  • Oklahoma City, OK
  • Licensed in Oklahoma

A: I agree with Mr. Louden. I think a Court would find that you are being unreasonable if one parent is spending time and money to come to Oklahoma from out of state to see their child and you only allowed 1 day.

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