Window Rock, AZ asked in Child Custody and Civil Litigation for Oklahoma

Q: Bad 3rd party supervisor and how to discharge her?

My ex-spouse and I agreed to 3rd party supervision for my visitations. During this paid professional's last supervision, she and my ex-spouse flirted and talked loudly the entire visit with my child. I pulled her aside and let her know that her behaviour impacted the mother/son bonding time. I told her that I observed her not taking notes and her behaviour was inappropriate. She dismissed it and then admitted to talking about all of my visits [with my ex-spouse] with my child while me and my child sat no more than 5 feet away. I brought this to the attention of the court and I have video proof because the visit happened in the foyer of a police station. She then lied in court about her behaviour. How do I dismiss her from supervising my visits?

2 Lawyer Answers
Pete David Louden
Pete David Louden
Answered
  • Norman, OK
  • Licensed in Oklahoma

A: Your attorney will know more about the case than anyone else so be sure to let your attorney know and they can help you determine the best way to deal with this.

Gary Johnston Dean
Gary Johnston Dean
Answered
  • Divorce Lawyer
  • Pryor, OK
  • Licensed in Oklahoma

A: Your attorney should file a motion to discharge her, and appoint another.

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