Reasonable visitation by parents. Disallowed only where it would seriously endanger child's physical, mental, or emotional health.
Grandparents and siblings have a statutory right to visitation. Grandparents must show a sufficient existing relationship with the child. Special weight must be given to a fit parent's decision to deny a non-parent visitation, including grandparents and siblings
Interference with court-ordered visitation may be remedied through contempt proceedings, leading to a variety of sanctions such as attorney's fees, fines, jail time, etc.
Modification: there must be a change in circumstances for a modification.
Relocation: based mostly on best interests of the child, but also considers other factors, such as parent's constituional right to travel, nature of involvement with child of parent who is not seeking relocation, age and needs of child, child's preference, whether parent seeking to relocate has history of trying to prevent other parent from visitation, any other factors.