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Allyn Anderson

Bus. Phone: 949.489.1172

Cell Phone:  949.274.2256

E-mail:  allyn@r-time.org

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Independent Professional Supervised Visitation Monitoring Service.  Orange County, California

TIPS FOR THE

CUSTODIAL PARENT

Supervised visitation can also be a challenge for you. Typically you have been taking care of your child's everyday needs and have a routine for yourself and your family. Supervised visitation can sometimes feel like one more responsibility. Of course you also have concerns and questions about the visits and how they will affect your child. This is understandable. In difficult times you may also want to talk to a mental health professional or find a support group where you can talk about your feelings. Here are a few suggestions that might help you in the process:

Read the Court Order / Custody Order thoroughly

 Explain to your child where and when the visits will take place

 Have your child ready on time and be prompt

 Reassure your child that you support him or her in having a pleasant visit.

Do not quiz your child about the visit

 Do not make your child a messenger to the other party.

 

                           SUPERVISED VISITATION TERMINOLOGY

Supervised Visitation (Monitored Visitation, Supervised Child Access) interaction between Non-Custodial Parent(s) and child(ren) in the presence of a neutral third person who is responsible for observing the interaction and protecting the safety of the parents and child(ren).                 

Supervised Visitation Monitor (Child Access Monitor, Observer, Supervisor) - neutral third person who is responsible for observing the Non-Custodial Parent(s) and child(ren) interaction and protecting the safety of the parents and child(ren) during Supervised Exchanges and Supervised Visitations.        

Custodial Parent (CP is an abbreviation used to identify the Custodial Parent) - may refer to a biological parent, adoptive parent, legal guardian, state agency and its representatives who has temporary or permanent legal custody of the child(ren). Resident Parent abbreviated RP is also used to identify this parent. 

Non-Custodial Parent or Visiting Parent. (NCP or VP is an abbreviation used to identify this parent.) - may refer to a biological parent or other adult, who is authorized to have contact with child(ren). Nonresident Parent abbreviated NRP is also used to identify this parent.        

Minor Child (MC is an abbreviation used to identify a Child ) - a minor, age birth to majority. More than one child may be involved in Supervised Visitation.

 

 


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