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I find this strange because the only reason my daughter agreed to the visitation was because the court appointed family consultant told her that she had no choice and that a judge would force her to go so she may as well decide what she is comfortable with. The problem now is that every time her father wants to increase or change the vistation he tells her that the court said she had too - so she is getting very confused. So if the court wont make orders what happens then - I just tell him where to go and that if his daughter changes her mind I will have her contact him or what? I have repeatedly told everybody that she does not want to visit with him and I get told that he has rights and that she & I have no choice but to give him what he wants
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