If we were to go back to court, would it be possible to remove the visitations or have another schedule, or even agreement?
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You should speak with an experienced attorney about your options because although you can request a modification to remove visitation, there are the additional problems such as the effect it has on your daughter. Also, there's potential for step-parent adoption and termination of mother's parental rights if you discontinue the child support order. The point is there is a lot of options that can be discussed and having a full picture would be useful in deciding how you'd like to proceed.
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Why go to court? Let sleeping dogs lie. If you want to really protect yourself send her a letter letting her know that since she has not exercised visitation in nearly 3 years you are going to assume she no longer will exercise it and plan activities during that time.