Sometimes visitation ordered by the Court does not work. Even if the parents agree to a visitation schedule, there may be facts and circumstances which can arise, which were possibly unanticipated at the time of the divorce, which results in modification of visitation being recommended. For example, sometimes the non-custodial parent engages in activities that are not in the best interests of the minor children. In other instances, the non-custodial parent may not show up timely for visitation periods or may use visitation as a strategy or a tool to disrupt the parent-child relationship of the custodial parent. A divorce decree may not necessarily be the end of animosity, disputes or litigation between the parents. As a practical matter, issues relating to custody, visitation and support can be a source of continuing disputes even though a divorce may have taken place years ago.