arribaIf the judge orders supervised visits by a family member, what can I expect?

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arribaIf the judge orders supervised visits by a family member, what can I expect?

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If the judge allows a family or household member to supervise the visits between your child and the parent who has been abusive (or is a convicted child-related sex offender), the judge has to set conditions that must be followed during the visits. For example, the judge can: • limit circumstances when the family of the abusive parent would be supervising visits; • make sure that it does not damage the relationship between the child and the non-abusive parent; • ensure the safety and well-being of the child; and • require that supervision is provided by a person who is physically and mentally capable of supervising a visit and who does not have a criminal history or history of abuse or neglect.* * M.R.S.A.

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