Portland, OR asked in Family Law for Oregon

Q: If an immediate danger order was vacated does that mean things go back to the way they were before it was signed

My son's father filed and mediate danger claim against me and one during the hearing the order was over was vacated by a different judge and I was to be able to get parenting time at my mother or sisters house regularly I ended up getting supervised visits at my sister's house for a while now there are at my mother's but my son's father is refusing visits and has been for a while when the order was vacated should that have meant that things went back to the way they were before the immediate danger order was signed or does that mean that I should still get my visits and are they supervised or not because it did not specify in the order vacating the immediate Danger

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Jessica Larsen
Jessica Larsen
Answered
  • Salem, OR
  • Licensed in Oregon

A: If the immediate danger order was vacated, the parenting plan that was in effect before the immediate danger order controls all future visitations, unless there is another judgment in place. I am available if you have further questions.

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