my ex-wife filed a complaint with DCF that I sexually abuse my daughter (3 years old), this is the second time my ex-wife filed a complaint with DCF, the first time was back in 02/04/10 dcf found the claim was unsubstantiated and I was cleared from my ex-wife charge after dcf and Hartford police department investigated the case, and two ocassions my ex wife filed 2 restraing order against me on 08/08 and 01/09 those restrainig orders 1 was dismissed by the judge and the other was withdrawn by her because I withdrawn my motion for comtempt against her for interfering my visitation time with my child this the history of the whose case.....i got the report from yale children hospital and the physician level diagnosis is rule out sex abuse the modification is from unsupervised to super vi
You definitely need an attorney to assist you here. It sounds like your ex-wife may be out of control and you need help bringing things back to normal.
Your question was cut off (due to length?) so I am unable to determine whether the ex parte was granted or set down for a hearing. If it was granted with a hearing scheduled, unfortunately, you must abide by the order until the hearing is held and a determination by a judge as to whether it should continue. If it was only set down for a hearing, the current schedule of visitation continues until the court date and a determination made by a judge.
You also may have other remedies or paths you can take but a thorough review of the situation would be necessary to determine what optioins are available to you.
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