My wife says the kids don’t want to see me. Can I force them to visit with me?
The younger the children are, absent allegations of abuse, the less their wants and desires are considered by the Court. The Court will order that you have visitation with your children. Once children become teenagers and start thinking for themselves, so long as your ex-spouse is not interfering with your visitation rights, the Courts will not force a child to visit with his/her parent if they don’t want to do so.
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