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Updated: 
July 14, 2020

125C.020. Rights of noncustodial parent: Additional visits to compensate for wrongful deprivation of right to visit

1. In a dispute concerning the rights of a noncustodial parent to visit his child, the court may, if it finds that the noncustodial parent is being wrongfully deprived of his right to visit, enter a judgment ordering the custodial parent to permit additional visits to compensate for the visit of which he was deprived.

2. An additional visit must be:

(a) Of the same type and duration as the wrongfully denied visit;

(b) Taken within 1 year after the wrongfully denied visit; and

(c) At a time chosen by the noncustodial parent.

3. The noncustodial parent must give the court and the custodial parent written notice of his intention to make the additional visit at least 7 days before the proposed visit if it is to be on a weekday or weekend and at least 30 days before the proposed visit if it is to be on a holiday or vacation.