You have a ten (10) day right to appeal the decision from the Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court. All matters are heard de novo before the Circuit Court, meaning everything is heard as if fresh and new. A Circuit Court judge may not rely upon the record from the J&DR Court and "rubber stamp" a decision - it's clear error.
Visitation tends to follow some trends. Every other weekend visitation is a trend that happens in quite a few cases. A Judge must evaluate what is in the best interests of the child or children when considering visitation. A person appealing a decision from the J&DR Court may get a better decision or a worse decision regarding visitation. In Circuit Court, both parties have a greater ability to discover information which may drive up costs.
Please consult with a lawyer who may weigh the specifics of your case and give you a better idea about such things in your jurisdiction.
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