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In some states when a parent allows the child to decide whether to go on visits with the non custodial parent, the parent refusing to insist the child goes (usually the custodial parent), can be held in Contempt of Court.
Contempt of Court is easily filed by the parent with the complaint. By refusing to make the child take their visits, the parent refusing is not only hurting the other parent, but the circle of people in the non custodial parent's life, and the child.
A child needs both parent's time and love in order to develope and grow properly.

Check with your states parenting guidelines on the issue of Child Hesitation and check out Unrepresented How to Take your Ex to Court Without Representation for more information

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