If the custody of a child is given to one parent, can the other still see him/her?
Yes, the other parent will have visitation rights. To protect the visitation rights, that parent will have to include in the custody order his/her right to see the child and to stipulate expressly the frequency and length of such visits. He/She can also ask the court to include a provision to prevent the other parent from taking the child out of Malaysia.
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||May 31, 2001
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