In Placer County and throughout California, a non-custodial parent should be awarded visitation with their children, also now called “parenting time” in California. The court will agree to a visitation schedule, though parents can work out a schedule between themselves. Visitation is usually unsupervised, but it might be supervised if there has been a history of abuse or neglect or if the non-custodial parent has had no prior relationship with the child. Under California law, grandparents can petition for visitation in certain circumstances, such as when the child’s parents are divorced, unmarried, or separated.
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