You can seek a modification of the visitation by filing either a petition or Order to Show Cause seeking modification with the family court.
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You can petition the court for a modification of custody. You should contact a local child custody attorney to discuss this matter further. Your attorney can then take the necessary steps to filing a petition for modification of custody and present the necessary evidence to the court.
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No. A court is not a behavior modification service was wayward parents. If the opposing parent didn't grow up, the court will do nothing to mature him.
If you file a petition, the court can modify the order to prohibit certain behavior but enforcing it may be impossible.
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No court can change a person's outlook or behavior. That said, his behaviors, if properly documented, can be the basis for a Petition to modify custody and/or visitation. A qualified family law attorney in your area can assist you in doing so.
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