How to write a Child Visitation Demand Letter to ensure visitation enforcement? Download this Sample Demand Letter for Visitation that reminds the other parent about the legal consequences of violating the court order.
When a family splits up through divorce, it happens often when a family splits up through divorce, custody of the children is given to one parent or both. In case one parent doesn’t get joint custody of his or her children, that parent usually gets visitation rights and may want to request regular visitation. Use this basic child visitation letter as an example to draft your own personal notice / formal visitation letter.
A Visitation Demand Letter intended to enforce a get-together should include the following information:
- Exact date and time of the child’s visit,
- How the parent will get the child,
- Where the visit will take place,
- Details about the pick-up time and place as well as the return time and place (if not yet designated in the child custody order);
- Description of any special activities that the other parent should know about.
Provide an advanced notice, even with a demand letter, of your intended pick up plans to the other parent. Communicating in a professional manner with institutions and your ex-wife or ex-husband, will in the end benefit you and will get you respect. This will give you more time to focus on what really matters, your child or children!
We support you by providing this Child Visitation Demand Notice to Exercise Court-Ordered Possession and Access template and you will see it will be very effective. This comes with the benefit you will be inspired and motivated to finish the notice, so you can arrange the child visit.
Get this free printable Child Visitation Demand Notice template now and check for more tips to notify your child's Co-Parent of Vacation Plans. Make sure to keep a formal visitation journal.