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A child can not refuse visitation until they are age of majority (tends to be 18 in most states 21 in others)
If the child wants to refuse visitation the parent has the right to petition the courts to modify the visitation order if there is a valid reason for the change. The judge will then look at the facts of the case and make a ruling based on the best interest of the child.