Q: My ex has unsupervised visitation at a specific public place (mall) what happens if my family is at the same place?
My ex was awarded unsupervised visitation, but at a public place, which is a mall. Am I in violation of the order if my family members are at the same mall during the visit. Not in a supervisory capacity but simply present just in case? Being that it's a public place I'm unsure if this could be held against me.
We selected a theme park as his visit location. My sister in law has passes to the same theme park for her and her daughter, if they're there at the same time he is, is that okay?
A: If they just happen to be there and do not interfere with the visitation there should be no problem. If they interfere in any way that could be a problem.
A: If there is nothing in the order that prohibits you from being there then it is not a problem. However, no one should be hovering near your ex or there could be a complaint that this is interfering with the visitation.
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