I agreed to give her supervised visitation until she completes a drug course showing that she has cleaned
herself up off of drugs. It has been three and a half years she has not attempted once to go to any kind of drug course and has only seen the child twice in three and a half years?
If there is a Court order in place that allows her visitation you must seek to have the court enter a new order taking away the visitation. If you stop her visits without court approval you can be held in contempt of court. There is a process you need to follow. Contact an attorney to help you do this the correct way. If no court order is in place which allows her visitation then you can stop the visits immediately.
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If you're asking whether you can terminate her parental rights, the answer is no. You can only terminate the rights of a parent in an adoption.
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