She is living in a house with a roommate and her boyfriend and on her visitation nights she is allowing the boyfriend to sleep in the same room as her 3 yr old daughter. Can the custodial parent (father) deny her visitation until she can show proof that the daughter has her own room and own bed.
The non custodial parent says that where and who she lives with is enlivenment. And I am not comfortable with the 3yr old being there overnight. I don't want to deny her of her visitation time, but she does not have a healthy or consistent place to sleep, where when she is with the custodial parent, she has her own room and her own bed!
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I would certainly not want my 3-year old sleeping in the same room as the boyfriend. Ask her if she will agree to modify visitation to eliminate overnights when boyfriend is there. If she agrees, prepare a written stipulation. If she refuses, go to court and ask for an order modifying visitation so this does not happen.
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