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I am a little behind on my child support, does my ex wife have

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I am a little behind on my child support, does my ex wife have the right to with hold my visitation and contact with my children because of that.
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Never. Most court orders even state in it that lack of payment of child support is not a basis to prevent visitation. You will need to file a Motion for contempt against her and the court will hold her in contempt. You can also ask the court to give you make up time so that you get the time with the children that you were supposed to have. She should have filed a contempt motion against you for failing to pay but she can never prevent visitation on the grounds of non-payment of child support. I hope this helps clarify.

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