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If you are asking if they lose visitation permanently, the answer is no. Courts ideally want children to have a relationship with both parents, and while they cannot force a non-custodial parent to exercise visitation it takes a lot for a court to take such extreme measures that a child loses visitation. If it happens on a repeated basis, the custodial parent can file a motion to amend the visitation agreement; a court may for repeated miss visits reduce a non-custodial parent's visitation time in such a case.
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