There is no statute. The trial court makes a decision in its discretion based on the evidence presented at the hearing. Your recourse is an appeal, which should be filed within 21 days of the court's written order being issued. An appeal allows a higher court to review the case and decide if the trial court made an error. You should retain appellate counsel to assist you with an appeal. I handle family law appeals if you would like to schedule a meeting to discuss the case and whether an appeal will be helpful to you.
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There is no statute regarding supervised parenting time. When the judge holds a hearing he/she makes a decision based on the testimony and evidence. If the judge changed custody then he/she is supposed to state the reasons using the child custody factors. You have 21 days from the date the judge issued his/her order to file an appeal. You should contact a family law attorney who handles appeals.
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