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Can I revoke visitation rights?

Courts will only deny visitation rights if the non-custodial parent is deemed an emotional, mental, or physical threat to the child - weak parenting skills does not constitute reason to deny visitation. Further, before a court will even consider denying visitation rights, it will often order supervised visitation, ruling that a non-custodial parent can only spend time with the child under the supervision of a relative or social worker. Here, courts will only go to such extreme measures if lack of supervision would put the child under serious endangerment - and it is up to the custodial parent to prove that unsupervised visits could be detrimental to the child.