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Question: I have perm. legal guardianship of a child and the mother is wanting visitation. Due to a recent event I feel it is no longer safe to allow unsupervised visitation. Is there a way to get her supervised visitation? Is there community programs to help with this or does this have to be filed through the courts?

Answer: Guardians and parents are free to come up with their own agreements on what is best for parenting time. However if you cannot come to an agreement you would have to go through the court system to make supervised visitations mandated. http://www.azlawhelp.org/articles_info.cfm?sc=11&mc=1&articleid=68

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  • I have perm. legal guardianship of a child and the mother is wanting visitation. Due to a recent event I feel it is no longer safe to allow unsupervised visitation. Is there a way to get her supervised visitation? Is there community programs to help with this or does this have to be filed through the courts?

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