He would like us to have visitation with his daughter. I want to know if there is a restraining order against him and why he can't see his daughter or his partner.
This appears to be none of your business. They need to deal with this problem, not you.
What in the world does running a not for profit have to do with your question.
Please don't answer; it has nothing to do with anything.
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