Q: Me and my son have an order of protection against my childs father. Would he get visitation?
A: There may be more facts that would change this analysis. However, if a child has an Order of Protection (OOP) against anyone, that OOP would trump any previous Court ordered parenting plan. The person with a valid OOP against him cannot exercise visitation with the protected child. The OOP should include clear language that he is not to interact with you or your son. If he does you should call the police and report an OOP violation and request they arrest him. After the OOP expires he may be able to secure visitation in the future if that is what you are asking. If you have additional questions you may consider consulting with an experienced family law attorney. Good luck.
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