Hire a lawyer to help with development and presentation of evidence in the modification.
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Unless the court order already requires supervised visitation then you need to pursue modification of the order to require supervised visitation. It also sounds like you need some help enforcing the child support provision. Talk to a family law attorney in your area.
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