Getting Visitation Rights does not necessarily mean limited access to your children. Even if you’re awarded Joint Legal and Joint Physical Custody of your child, the court may still give you only Visitation Rights. This is likely because your child’s address for mailing and educational purposes is at the home of the child’s other parent. And of course, if the other parent has Sole Physical Custody, you’ll likely also have Visitation Rights. But because Missouri has a preference for both parents to have frequent, meaningful and continuing contact with their children the court will enable to both parents to spend.