Q: If I feel my children are not safe with their father during visitations how can I stop the visitations Grundy county IL?
He moved back in September and supposedly moved again and has not given me an address. His family is no longer talking to him and said that his drinking is out of control. That he has been arguing and saying unruly things in front of the children. He did not pick them up from September until January 27th. When he picked them up he said he would be staying at his place in Oglesby but really they ended up staying in Morris with his ex girlfriend. I don't feel they are safe around him, I have no idea where he is living now, and he will not tell me his address or who he might be living with. He might not even have a place of his own right now.
A: It sounds like you have a strong basis to temporarily suspend his visitations. I would sit down and talk with an atty about details.Either you go to court on your own, or with an atty. You must get an order from the Judge to stop the visitations.
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