What if the other parent is bad to the children?
Sadly, in some cases, the other parent is not fit to be with the children or take care of the children. In these situations, the Court can order supervised and limited contact between the bad parent and the children, and take other actions to safeguard your children. The Court can enter an Injunction to keep the other parent away from the children. The Court can appoint experts in psychology and child matters to make recommendations about how to protect the children. The Court can appoint independent persons (like Guardian ad Litems or Home Studies) to investigate the best interests of the children and make recommendations about parenting and timesharing matters.
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