very strong, he may get supervised visitiation, insist upon child support and they resovle the issue. take care, and good luck.
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From what you describe, you may be probably would be able to restrict or reduce the visitation because of the substance abuse and infrequency of the visitation. These cases are fact driven and without knowing more facts it would not be wise to give you more assurance.
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