In Kentucky non-custodial parents are entitled to reasonable visitation rights, unless it would endanger the child. The parties can agree to visitation subject to the Court’s approval. If the parties cannot agree, then upon request of either party, the Court will issue an order setting the specific terms and conditions of visitation.

Modification of Visitation

The criteria used to modify visitation rights is best interests of the child.

The court will not restrict a parent’s visitation right unless the court finds that the visitation would endanger seriously the child’s physical, mental moral or emotional health.