Even though parents may not want to continue their relationship, allowing the children to continue a strong relationship with both parents can be very important to the child. It takes extra work to insure a healthy relationship is maintained for both parents with the child.
In Utah, the parent who is given physical custody of the child is called the custodial parent. The time spent with the other parent is no longer called visitation. It is now called parent-time because it extends beyond simply visiting a child.
Utah Code Ann. 30-3-35. Minimum schedule for parent-time for children 5 to 18 years of age.
Utah Code Ann. 30-3-35.5. Minimum schedule for parent-time for children under five years of age.
Utah Code Ann. 30-3-33. Advisory Guidelines.http://le.utah.gov/~code/TITLE30/htm/30_03_003300.htm