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It is possible to file Motion to Modify a custody agreement and visitation schedule. In many jurisdictions, the main goals of the court should be to promote contact with both parents if both parents are able to act in the best interests of the child, place the child in a safe, stable, nonviolent environment, and encourage parents to share the rights and duties of parenthood. However, if a parent's mental illness places the child in danger, this may be grounds to limit or prohibit visitation altogether. In such a circumstance, this would generally not absolve that parent of the obligation to pay child support.
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