My daughter is 14 and she told her father she doesn't want to see him any more the visitation is court ordered. She when to his side for Thanksgiving and she got screamed at because it what she said. Need to know what to do
It’s hard to interpret what you mean by “supervisor of visitations” . The term “supervisor” has a legal significance in family law cases. The 14 year old does not get to decide if she sees her father; however, if there are special circumstances here and the father needs “supervision” then that could be something the court listens to. Your post does not really explain much factually. The court cannot really monitor everything that is said around children either. I suggest you talk to your lawyer about this in her office or seek a personal in office consultation.
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