Change visitation rights?


#1

If you believe that your child is not safe with your Husband and there has been a substantial change in circumstances since you entered into your previous order, then you can file a motion to modify child custody. If the court determines that there has been a substantial change in circumstances they will make change in custody based on the best interests of your child. In order to get supervised visitation you will need to prove that his behavior poses a serious risk to your daughters physical or emotional well being. You can do this without an attorney, however I would not recommend that.

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#2

I have a huge long story… but for short. I have full custody of my daughter and my ex has visitation rights. Well, I want to take away these rights or get them supervised because I no longer trust him and I question my daughters welfare when she is with him. (he treatens to kidnap her all of these have been documented through police reports) She is supposed to stay with his parents when she is with him for visitation anyway, but now he has moved to yet another state. What grounds do I need to prove him unfit or to have supervised visitation? and do I need a laywer for this? (again)

Thank You!