How hard is it to get supervised visitation only?


#1

I would suggest you offer him visitation in a supervised setting and see if he agrees. If he does not agree you do not have to give him visitation unless ordered by the court. I do not typically suggest that someone withhold visitation, but it may be warranted by the facts in your case. You should consult with an attorney and review the specific facts of your case before taking any action.

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#2

Out of the blue, my soon to be ex husband calls today. He hasn’t called in over a year to see how his son is, and hasn’t seen him since the day he moved out over 2 years ago. I have been through a lot with this guy, from him cutting computer cords, kicking in almost every door in the house, and burning my clothes. He even said he was going to burn the house down, and I have a bullet hole through my bedroom floor. This guy (I won’t call him a man) is very unstable, and I would be scared to have my son around him. Would there be any way a judge would grant for him to have supervised visitation only? Or will I have no choice but to let him take my son out of state during the summer and every other holiday, like my ex wants? He lives all the way in Michigan. My son is 3.5 years old, and the ex hasn’t seen him since he was 1. I know I have to let ex see him, but I want to make sure it’s supervised.