My ex-husband was extremely verbally and emotionally abusive during our marriage, as well as violent and physically abuse once or twice. Our daughter (will be 3 in January) has no relationship with him; he's seen her for 3 hrs this year, despite having supervised visitation rights as long as he works out of state. The divorce decree says that upon moving back to MO, he can start a graduated visitation plan. I did not bring up matters of abuse and violence in the divorce because I was embarrassed and didn't think I needed to. I've come to my senses, and I'm terrified that he moved back home last weekend and wants to start the graduated plan. My daughter is extremely intelligent and shy; she will be terrified if she's forced to go with him. Can I take him back to court?
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