Yes, he certainly can. But, not by your daughter. I would have a professional process server do it. They provide the proper proof to the courts and so on.
We can continue chatting. I just changed the format due to a glitch in the chat format.
The police are due to escort my daughters x bfriend tomorrow into the apartment. She has a restraining order against him for DV. He also has a charge of child endangerment because he held their daughter while hitting my daughter his ex. She just asked me if she can, while the police are their, ask her ex if he would like to hold their daughter as she feels bad that their child hasnt seen each other in over a month. Thoughts?
Can she refuse to let him into the bedroom where their daughter is? Shes now moving all his stuff in one pile. Can she open the door and say to the cops, as per my dads advise, im going in the bedroom with my daughter? And can he demand that he not enter the bedroom? They gave him 4 hours which is absurd for a 1000 sq foot apt.
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