Are all access(visitations) supervised?

Supervised access will normally be ordered or agreed on if the access parent has a history of violence, abuse, drug or alcohol problem, if he or she has threatened to abduct the child, etc. As a result the court or custodial parent may find it is necessary to have someone present when the child and access parent are together.

The location of the supervised access visits may vary. They can take place at the access parent’s home or even in a supervised access center. 

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