Q: When a family member has temporary custody of your child and visitation is on their discretion and they want let you
Can I go to there school to see or eat lunch with them seeing how it's just a temporary order?
A: What does your order say? Stick to that. While it’s heartbreaking to not be able to see the child, I would advise against doing anything that the order may prohibit or even that could cause an issue. Do you have an attorney? Maybe speaking to one about your exact situation could get you quicker results. Just don’t do anything that could potentially backfire on you during your final determination hearing.
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