Greetings. You may possibly be able to get him not to see her, if you can prove the harm. Proving the harm would take a great effort and calling your counselor to court as an expert. In all honesty, the cost would be prohibitive due to the cose date of your trial. My suggestion is that you file a Motion to Show Cause instead which would say that he is actively alienating the child from you, not taking her to school, coaching her for the trial, etc. Thank you.
Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
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