The non-custodial parent will usually have visitation every other week-end, and one evening during the week. The non-custodial parent's visitation can be limited if there is proof that visitations would be harmful to the child.
The amount of visitation is NOT related to whether the parent has been paying court-ordered child support.
If you cannot afford a lawyer, consider finding a legal aid provider to help you with your case.
Going to court without a lawyer is risky, and if you choose to be unrepresented, you must be prepared.
When you sign a court document, you may be helping or hurting your case.
Before you sign any court document or get involved with a court case, it is important that you get advice from a lawyer.
Your divorce case is assigned to a judge, and copies of the papers are sent to your spouse.The Court must decide the issue of custody based on the "best interests" of the child.