Q) Can a parent who does not have custody have access to the child’s records?
A) Both parents will have access to the child’s records, even if the child lives with only one parent. These records include information about the child’s medical, dental and educational care. If you do not want the other parent to see these records, you may ask the court for a hearing to limit the other parent’s access. A judge will limit access if s/he decides that it would be in the best interest of your child, or if the other parent is using access to the records to harm you.
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