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The court order states a certain number of days and hours for visitation per week at the mother's parents' residence. It also says it's to be supervised by one of her parents.
Here is the main issue: The child's father calmly said that visitation definitely isn't working. This was said based on what's been observed since visitation initially started. The child's grandfather became menacing, basically forcing the child's father to leave. The father filed a menacing complaint/no charge. The grandfather now demands an apology or no visitation. He's not sensitive to visitation issues. There's been no visitation for 2 weeks now. I did send an email request offering to discuss issues over email. He responded with a condescending rant. I'm at a loss. Should I try once more to work something out?I'm not sure why the mother insists on supervised visits. For the first 5 1/2 months of my daughter's life, I provided care just as much as her mother. She did claim on the initial family court filing that she was the primary caregiver and my assigned counsel took it as fact. The mother filed a family offense petition for harassment/aggravated harassment and a "no merit" order of protection came out of that. The stipulation was supervised visits for some reason. My parents were suggested for my visits and the mother said no in court. The mother did take a MDD/GAD drug for years and does see a psychologist. Something about anxiety issues is all I know. I never really asked for details. To the best of my knowledge, there is nothing to justify the actions.