Q: ex parte signed no due process objection denied no ev. hearing supv. visits still 5 yrs later no reason said he meets
no factors has a criminal history I was shown to be unfit, unwilling, or unable. no evidence of abuse or neglect. I have all proof but never got to show because I NEVER got my hearing my daughter is being neglected educ,med,emoti, and emotional and psych abuse by alienating me almost to estrangement. not promoting a strong relationship but taking at away. I have ev. he has criminal record family felon me no criminal backg military family he says I'm unstable but I have proof he is diognosed with acute mania psychosis. my daughters grades are falling her attendance she is sad depressed he won't follow court order and put her into counseling she has ulcerative colitis it's getting worse he doesn't take care of her only takes everything away from her to hurt me took I need for her a second opinion on trtmnt but cant no physical only 50% legal he took her out of gymnstc won't let her do sports it's abuse grnds for termination. I get 2hr wk supv. I raised her I am dire need help her wut do
A: You need to focus your arguments on what is happening now; not what happened or didn't happen five years ago. Perhaps the first step should be filing a motion to change parenting time. Your argument isn't whether supervised parenting time should have ever been in place, but that you no longer suffer from whatever led to supervised parenting time. You need to show you are stable; don't go down the rabbit hole of trying to show he isn't. Too often in family law cases, people waste a great deal of energy arguing about water under the bridge; in your case, an order was entered - you may not agree with how it came about, but now's the time to focus on what you have been doing since then.
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