Father can ask for anything he wants but that doesn't mean he will get it. He has to show a substantial change in circumstances to get more visitation time.
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If the facts are as you say they are, I highly doubt that more visitation would be awarded. Generally, parents who do not exercise all of the visitation in an existing order do not have a good case to have that visitation increased. In any event, you should consult with a local attorney who concentrates in custody and Family Law matters. On-line advice is no substitute for an in-person attorney consultation.
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Valatie, New York
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