I recently filed a restraining order against my ex when he was pulled over for DUI with our son and his daughter in the back seat. Judge granted me temporary custody and hes to have supervised visits with our son when DCF grants him to be able to have them with his daughter. He's telling me he's allowed to see him Sunday but does not have anything to prove this. Am I not supposed to be sent something or be contacted by the CPS case worker? I told him I am not allowing him to pick up our son with being informed otherwise by DCF or the court. Am I wrong on this? I have tried contacting the CPS worker who initially contacted me when the DUI happened but she has not responded.
You need to review exactly what the Court restricting his timesharing states as to when he can see your son. Does it say who will be the supervisor, how often, time and place. If not you will need to get some clarification from the Judge.
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