Did you report your concerns and the incident to a doctor or social services? If there is no documentation present, a court looking at your request now would be faced with a he-said/she-said situation and may well side with him due to the lack of evidence on your part. You may well have fears about her safety but you need some evidence to convince a third party that these fears are legitimate. You should consult with an attorney as soon as you can to understand what you need and how to go about getting it.
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I agree with the other attorney. Documentation of facts and events cannot be done too thoroughly. You need to hire a family law attorney to guide you, in my opinion. Furthermore, a mediator cannot simply be hired an then start changing time-sharing without your consent. Your fact pattern seems like it is missing critical components. Is something missing here that you are not sharing with us?
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