My daughter's dad was just ordered supervised visitation. We are going to court on Tuesday to appoint a supervisor. He wants his mom to supervise. While I don't want to be impossible, and say "no" to all his proposed supervisors, I have real concern with his mom for 2 reasons: the first is that she and my ex used to say demeaning and disparaging things about his older daughter's mom right in front of her, and I believe they would do the same thing in front of my daughter. My 2nd concern is that I went to mom years ago with concern about my ex's substance abuse problems, and she turned a blind eye to it, and in fact, turned against me entirely. I don't believe she would have a discerning eye to see if her son was behaving inappropriately during visitation. Do I have a right to oppose her?
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