Yes, anyone can file a petition, however he does not have as strong of a chance given your past court history. You need good representation to take care of this issue once and for all.
He can always file a petition. You need to answer that petition. Use an attorney.
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unfortunately, as the father, he always has the right to petition for visitation unless his rights were cut off by a neglect termination of parental rights or an adoption. What type of visitation and how often will be decided by the courts based upon the facts of the case. Get an experience attorney to represent you.
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