yes you have a right to see your kids. yes you should go to court to enforce that right. yes you can fight the oop.
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If you do not have a lawyer4, you really need one. You have a right to see your children if there is no order preventing you from doing to. You have a right to defend the OP. You have many good attorneys in your area. Speak with several experienced practitioners and hire the one you like the best.Ask a similar question
You need to file an action in the probate and Family Court.
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File a motion to modify the bond conditions. If she files a petition for an order of protection you can oppose same and request visitation/scheduling with the minors.Ask a similar question
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