Wednesday, January 18, 2006

New Hampshire Proposal Would Put Teeth into Visitation Enforcement

A proposed bill in the New Hampshire Legislature is aimed at putting teeth into visitation enforcement.  If passed, the bill would make it easier for a parent denied visitation to obtain a remedy. It provides for an expedited court hearing for motions to enforce parenting plans and if the judge determines there is no legitimate reason for blocking visitation, the Department of Health and Human Services would be notified of a possible case of child abuse and neglect.  Source:  Commentary by Kathleen Parker, Lowellsun.com.  Please click here for the complete story (last visited January 18, 2006, reo). Download New_Hamshire_HB_1585_(2006)as_introduced..doc (reo).

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