What does the term "access" mean in Family Law?

The term “access” in Family Law refers to the time the non-custodial parent has the child in his or her care. Access includes the right to make inquiries about the child and to be given information about the child’s health, education, and welfare. Day-to-day decisions are usually made by the parent in whose care the child is according to the access schedule agreed between the parents.


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