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Domestic Violence

Violencia intrafamiliar

WHAT IF THE OTHER PARENT ABUSED ME BUT NOT OUR CHILD?

You may also need special rules in order to keep you safe while the court allows the other parent to visit with the child. For example, it may not be safe for you to see the other parent at all, even during an exchange of your children. You may need the judge to order rules to keep you safe, such as:

  • Visits can only happen if a third person (a friend or relative) takes your child to and from visits with the other parent;
  • Visits can only happen if you drop off and pick up your child at a friend or relative's house, or at a supervised visitation center;
  • Visits can only happen if you bring the child to the other parent in a public place; and
  • Any other plan that will keep you safe.
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