Access Facilitation FAQs

Is Court Ordered Orientation a requirement for parents prior to obtaining Access Facilitation?

  • Yes, both parties are required to attend the course and are responsible for paying for the class.

Do both parties need to be present when creating an alternative schedule to a Standard Possession Order?

  • Yes, it is highly encouraged that both parents are present as it increases the likelihood of reaching an agreement.

Does the Domestic Relations Office enforce access?

  • No, our office assists parents in coming to agreements on what schedule is in the best interest of their children. If a party does not comply with the agreed access schedule, you will need to discuss your options with your attorney.

Does the Domestic Relations Office provide supervised visitation or safe exchange program?

  •  Domestic Relations Office currently does not provide such services.