What does liberal access mean?
In the case of child custody and visitation? I've heard that some women think it means the father must ask permission to see the child. Would the father be able to take the child away for a period of time?
- TrekkerScoutLv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
Liberal access simply means that the non-custodial parent has the right to visitation at any time that is a benefit to the child. The non-custodial parent usually has to give reasonable notice to the custodial parent when visitation is wanted. There are no time limitations except those agreed to by the parents.
- grumneyLv 44 years ago
The phrase "access" does not difficulty me as so much as using the word "rights" through the Liberals. Considering the fact that many on the left scorn the notion of a benevolent God, and praise science, who exactly gives them these "rights"? Most likely they don't seem towards mother Nature, she of the bloodless-blooded, survival of the fittest teachings? When you consider that in the event that they did follow their beliefs they could now not avert the hypocrisy of claiming "rights". Mom Nature offers you only one "right", to eat or be eaten.