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I can give you much more information about visitation if you need it but I would need more information from you. If I covered your situation above, great! If I did not, please allow me to fix that by giving me more information so I can address your specific concerns. You do have rights, as I indicated above. You can't require him to take visitation, but you can make a motion to change the order if you want visitation cut out if he continually misses visitation -- which could be considered abandonment, and you may be able to have a new spouse of yours (if you have one) adopt your daughter if the ex has abandoned the child.