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I won't go over my reasons here, but I have many concerns so I would like to request supervised visitation to my ex. I also know FOR A FACT that we will not agree on any set parenting plan. Do we NEED a parenting plan, even though we cannot agree on one, and because I would like to express some concerns along with evidence to the court? How should I begin this whole process, since it won't be as simple as just creating+agreeing on a PP?? I have NO clue how to start..
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