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I am a custodial parent. My child is 4 months old. The NCP lives almost 400 miles away. We have a court date next month to get a child support order. Will they establish a visitation order on the same date? Or will that be set on a different date? Do I have the right to set visitation to be supervised? I'm being told that I have to prove that the child would be in danger with the NCP or that the NCP is on drugs. I thought he could lose his parental rights if I were able to prove that. Do I have to prove anything if I want his visitation to be supervised? Do I have the right to make sure that he isn't allowed to bring anyone else to the visitation?
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