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How does visitation work if one parent has physical custody?

If one parent has physical custody, the other parent typically has visitation rights. This means that the non-custodial parent can spend time with their child according to a schedule set by the court. The schedule may be weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly and can vary in length from a few hours to several days. In some cases, the non-custodial parent may also have overnight visitation rights.