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It appears from your post that visitation is that your discretion. You have sole custody and the father is only granted visitation as you agree. Therefore if you do not think that the father is capable of caring for your child alone, you may restrict visitation to visitation under your supervision or deny visitation. If the father disagrees with your decision, his remedy is to file for modification.
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