Question: Is there an age where kids can say no to visitation?


There isn’t a specific legal age in which a child can refuse timesharing or they get to choose. While it is something that is considered in the statute “The preference of the child” it is a part of the consideration in developing a parenting plan. In all instances it will strongly depend on the facts of the custody case and the child’s preference, a modification should be sought and there is a further procedure to have a Guardian ad Litem represent the child’s interests. 

Erin E. Morse Esq.