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Can a custodial parent deny grandparent visitation if the other

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Can a custodial parent deny grandparent visitation if the other parent with joint custody agrees to the visitation. The custodial parent & grandparent live in NC, the father lives in Ct.

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If there is no court order, either parent can permit visitation during their own custodial period, but they cannot require the other parent to do so.

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If there is a court order, it does not matter who consents to the visitation, the grandparents have the right to any court ordered time with their grandchildren.

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