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Can the court order electronic communication between a parent and a child?

Posted on October 6, 2016 at 12:35 AM

Before ordering electronic communication, a court must consider:

Whether electronic communication is in a child’s best interests;

Whether communication equipment and technology to provide electronic communication is reasonably available and affordable;

Each parent’s history of substance abuse or domestic violence; and

Any other factor that the court considers material.

There is a rebuttable presumption that it is in the best interests of a child for a parent and child to have reasonable telephone communication. Unless this presumption is rebutted, the court will order telephone communication.

Electronic communication may be used only to supplement a parent’s face-to-face contact with the minor child. Electronic communication may not be used to replace or as a substitute for face-to-face contact.


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