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I am sorry to hear of this matter.
And it is a shame that most people do not know or understand that in a separation
situation without a court order otherwise, the parent in possession of the children is the parent in control
If you daughter had known that, then she would not have given him visitation
nor was she legally required to do so.
However, that is neither here nor there now, but I wanted to be sure you understood that part of this situation
As it stands, she has no right to see the children. I suggest her only shot at having visits will be to file for an emergency order granting her temporary visitation rights until the court makes a final decision as to how the children should be shared.
I also suggest that the courts generally frown upon this type of maneuver where one parent does not allow the other to see the children
I understand there is an RO against her with the Father, but that does not mean that a court will not order that she also have child visitation, even if it is supervised.
I suggest she will want to look into an emergency hearing for temporary visitation at this time