It is apparent from your set of facts that your daughter has issues with the step siblings, among others. The NCP should speak with the law guardian about the problem and suggest therapy. Like many children with "new blended" family members, there may be problems with adjusting to this new situation. Therapy may go a long way in resolving the problem.
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Counseling will be a good step.
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Sounds like a pre planned set up. Do not try to ask a million illogical questions and expect brilliant answers. You need a lawyer fast. Don't delay in preparing a defense.
Generally child does not get the "trump" the visitation order. Police are notorious for giving wrong legal advise - which is explained by the fact that most of them are not lawyers. Yes, the NCP should get a copy of the police report, though it may not help in this instance. At the least, NCP should BOTH reach out to the attorney for the child as well as keep a paper-trail. Bear in mind, however, that the attorney for child may be unhelpful as they are generally required to advocate for what the child wants - and if the child wanted the visit to end, that's generally the position s/he will take. Schedule a consultation with a Westchester Child Custody attorney for a full assessment.
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