here are examples I found that would warrant supervised visitation..
Restricted visitation may be ordered if a non-custodial parent has a history of violent or abusive behavior, or if the non-custodial parent is suffering from a mental illness
my daughters father is abusive towards me and suffers from mental illness but courts wont grant supervised visitation because he has not harmed her. So inn order to get it he will have to harm her first? shouldnt it be to protect the child from getting harm and not from getting harmed AGAIN?
I would really love to have the visitations removed completely. this guys has caused so much to me, my daughter and family. He files for visitaiton and never sees her..
and ideas to get the courts to listen to me to at least grant supervised visitation.
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