Q: Are there any Supervised Visitation places that supervise visits out in the community?
I currently have supervised visits with my child out in the community, currently that visits are being supervised by the person who has the Guardianship of my child. It is not working out, the person lies in court about my visits says nothing but negative things about my visit that are not true all to try and keep guardianship. I feel it is best to have a third party to supervise my visit so this person is neutral on both side and can give a true accurate statement on how my visits are going. I have listed other family members to supervise but the guardian refused them and stated she wants to do them. So I am asking is there any company in southeast Michigan who will supervise my visits out in the community? All I can find is companies that will do them at there facility.
A: Great question. To my knowledge, all supervision agencies would require on-site visits for liability reasons (they don't want their employees out some place they can't really control and in what could be a volatile situation). While not ideal (it costs time, money, and let's face it: who wants to enjoy parenting time in an agency), it may be a good idea for your situation so you can show the judge a neutral and hopefully positive track record. Supervised parenting time is not meant to be permanent.
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