Q: For what reasons, outside of physical abuse, would a person be granted supervised visitation only in the state of GA?
A: There can be many reasons. Substance abuse, sexual abuse, alcohol addiction, exposing the child to people with those characteristics, unregulated mental health issues, unsuitable living arrangements. There can be any number of reasons.
Homer P Jordan IV agrees with this answer
A: There can be a lot of different reasons why someone would be granted only supervised visitation. It is really unique to the person’s situation. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
A: I agree with my colleagues. There are many reasons for court order supervised visitation. The standard is always what is in the best interest of the child; this is what is paramount and top of mind in the court's eye. The court looks at all circumstances and details that surround the visitation and the parties involved.
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