What are my child custody rights? 1 Answers as of June 20, 2011

My husband is ending a custody battle with his ex over their 2 year old daughter. After going to court ordered mediation sole custody was agreed upon in favor of my husband. There is no visitation order in place, and my husband wants as little contact as possible between his daughter and her biological mother. I've been trying to find information about what rights she still has even though my husband has sole custody.

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Howard W. Collins, Attorney at Law
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Custody rights and being granted sole custody do not allow the custodial parent to limit or restrict parenting time by the other parent unless there is an judgment or order of the court. In fact a custodial parent who interferes with the relationship of the non custodial parent's relationship with the child could lose custody.
Answer Applies to: Oregon
Replied: 6/20/2011
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