Supervised Visitation


#1

If you have had a hearing regarding these issues you can ask the judge to clarify these issues. If you have not yet had a hearing regarding these issues, you can address these issues and seek specifics when you have your hearing regarding the ex parte order.

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#2

Until I can vindicate myself of false abuse charges and have my visitation privileges restored in full, my former wife has been granted a temporary emergency custody order that says that I am only permitted supervised visitation with my children. The ex parte order does not specify, however, how this supervised visitation is to take place.

Who must supervise me and my children? Can it be any adult of my choosing? Of my former wife’s choosing? Must it be a court appointed social worker of some kind?

Who do I work through to set up a supervised visit? Can I arrange it through my ex wife or must it be done through court?

Where must these visits take place?

How long can I visit my children under supervision?

This court order does not address any of these issues and I don’t know where to look for answers.