Thank you; that is relevant for if it pertained to an older child, the court would likely not be concerned (ie teenager).
If a parent places a child in danger, then one may file an emergency application for modification of child custody/visitation.
The court may admonish the parent, and advise that if that type of action occurs in the future, it will result in a loss of visitation; but generally only extreme cases will result in a suspension of visitation.The courts are more likely to order supervised visitation, as opposed to complete revocation.
However, if there is a pattern of not exercising visitation, coupled with other issues, the court will more likely terminate visitation.
It is helpful if one has a calendar to attach to the declaration, detailing missed visitation and other incidents.
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