Family Access (Visitation) Forms

A person may file a family access motion, in accordance with Section 452.400, RSMo, if rights to custody, visitation or third-party custody under a judgment of dissolution, legal separation or modification are denied or interfered with by a parent or third party without good cause. NOTE: Court clerks will provide assistance in completing these forms.

Below is the name, description and purpose of each form available on this website:

Motion for Family Access Order: This form is used to seek help from the court to obtain rights to custody, visitation or third-party custody provided in a judgment of dissolution (divorce), legal separation or modification, or paternity that are being denied or interfered with by a parent or third party without good cause.

      (Updated 11/05/13)

Response to Motion for Family Access Order
: This form is used to respond to (answering) a family access motion. The party who filed the Motion for Family Access Order is claiming that the person completing this form has, without good cause, denied or interfered with his or her rights to custody, visitation or third-party custody provided in a judgment of dissolution (divorce), legal separation or modification, or paternity.

      (Updated 11/05/13)

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This form must be completed in English.
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