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Can I set restrictions on my ex-spouse’s visitation?

Generally, no. Unless the non-custodial parent poses a physical, mental, or emotional threat to the child, spouses cannot impose restrictions on visitation. Furthermore, although one parent may have full legal custody, the non-custodial parent is still allowed to make day-to-day decisions while the child is in his or her care. The general rule against restrictions applies even to non-custodial parents having overnight guests - courts prefer to stay out of the home.