September 2014 | 902 P.2d 210 (Wyo. 1995)

Sharpe v. Sharpe (Wyoming 1995)

The denial of visitation rights by either the custodial parent or the child does not constitute a change in circumstances justifying the reduction or termination of the non-custodial parent’s support obligation. A child’s need for support and a parent’s ability to pay are not related to questions concerning visitation.

Sharpe v. Sharpe.pdf

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