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Question: My daughter is 15 and she still dont want to go visit with her dad, she says dad treats her bad like an inmate and make her feel bad and dont feel safe, she gets a lot of anxiety when its her days she has to go, can I take her to court and find someone that could help us support her at court?

Answer: You can go back to court and file a motion asking the judge to modify visitation (now called parenting time.)  Because of your daughter's age, the judge would likely allow her to testify.  The dad will have the right to file a response and present any evidence he has of the necessity for the restrictions he imposes.

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  • My daughter is 15 and she still dont want to go visit with her dad, she says dad treats her bad like an inmate and make her feel bad and dont feel safe, she gets a lot of anxiety when its her days she has to go, can I take her to court and find someone that could help us support her at court?

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