Visitation Enforcement helps non-custodial parents who are being denied access to their children, have conflict with the co-parent, or have on-going conflict during exchanges.
Visitation Enforcement cases may or may not qualify for legal action. Determination of legal criteria for enforcement is made on a case-by-case basis by the visitation attorney.
Intervention Services are provided for custodial OR non-cusdodial parents with a final court order issued by another county or state, that have conflict with the co-parent, or have on-going conflict during exchanges.
Intervention Services cases do NOT qualify for legal intervention through our program.
All parents requesting services through Visitation Enforcement or Intervention Services MUST complete and submit an application. See the Visitation Enforcement or Intervention Services pages for more information.