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Question: My ex wife filed a order of protection,but I get supervised visits with my kids. But she will not let my parents or anyone from my family do the supervised visits. Also she keeps making excuses for me not to see my kids what can I do?

Answer: Normally, an order of protection does not determine parenting rights.  If you believe your ex is being unreasonable about your supervised visits, you have several options.  (1) You can go back to court and ask that the order be modified to allow you and your family more time with the children.  (2) You can also file a custody action in Superior Court.  To learn more about orders of protection, go to: https://www.azlawhelp.org/articles_info.cfm?mc=1&sc=4&articleid=72 and read the detailed article there on orders of protection.

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  • My ex wife filed a order of protection,but I get supervised visits with my kids. But she will not let my parents or anyone from my family do the supervised visits. Also she keeps making excuses for me not to see my kids what can I do?

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