Visitation

1 Answers. Asked on Apr 16th, 2017 on Child Custody - Arkansas
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My kids father and I came up with a schedule for the kids on our own So we wouldn't have to go to court. At the beginning he was doing well and going by the schedule but lately he hasn't and basically get them when he feels like it which rarely. Is there any way by law to make him get them when he suppose to and are there consequence if he dont
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Answered on Apr 20th, 2017 at 7:47 AM

Not without a curt order. Are you divorced?

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