Ask an Attorney - Court Restrictions on Child Visitation

Ask an Attorney - Court Restrictions on Child Visitation

In most cases the court will not restrict or prohibit visitation between one parent and a child unless it is going to effect the child’s physical or emotional safety. Under Iowa law, the assumption is that the maximum contact between a parent and a child is considered to be in the best interest of the child. Watch this video to learn more about potentially placing restrictions or prohibitions on child visitation.


When does the court restrict or prohibit child visitation?