Asked almost 4 years ago - Birmingham, ALFlag
there is no order releasing the supervised visitation and the non-custodial parent has moved. The supervising party still lives in this county, just at another residence. The non-custodial parent has moved to another portion of the state and current address is unknown
Your question is confusing and full of facts that raise different issues. If I read it correctly, you are the residential parent of a child or children. The other parent has supervised visitation only. That parent has moved and left no new address. Your question is whether or not the other parent, without revealing an address, can have his/her supervised visitation.
You have a right to know where the children are located during visitation. If your ex will not provide it you can usually get it from the supervisor of visitation. If you cannot get it you can ask the court for assistence but expect to pay some money for fees.
If there is no request for supervised visits from your ex what is your question? If the supervisor refuses to visit because of distance or otherwise, there can be no visitaiton.
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