Michigan:Parent was granted supervised visitation in divorce. Custodial parent used to allow supervised with non-custodial parents family. Now, custodial parent is not allowing non-custodial parent to see child. Non-custodial parent filed motions in court to try to receive joint custody and parenting time. The non-custodial parent has a history of drug and alcohol abuse, but is currently in treatment. Will they still do supervised or unsupervised? If supervised, where do these have to occur and how long will this take place? How can he work his way to unsupervised visitation and receive overnights?
Would like a lawyer for the court case next week, but is that necessary if I already filed the motions myself?
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