Visitation

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Question: My decree states that my ex-husband has supervised visitation. The person who was supervising was my mother, who recently passed away. There is no other family member or friend that can do the supervising. We have tried to have me supervise but we end up fighting during the visit. Will the court supervise or is there a program that will supervise?

Answer:

The court will not supervise parenting time.  However, there are agencies and trained individuals who who will act as a supervisor.  Some have actual facilities where supervised visitation can occur.  Typically, there is a charge for these services.  For a local listing of providers, you may want to contact the family court divison of your superior court. 

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  • My decree states that my ex-husband has supervised visitation. The person who was supervising was my mother, who recently passed away. There is no other family member or friend that can do the supervising. We have tried to have me supervise but we end up fighting during the visit. Will the court supervise or is there a program that will supervise?

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