I'm Doug, and I'm very sorry to hear of your situation. My goal is to provide you with excellent service today.
As you are probably aware, the reason that the mother does not have to pay support any longer is because she is given credit for the disability payment you receive from social security for her child. The state grants her credit for that money.
However, as you are the legal guardian of your granddaughter, you have the sole determination as to who she speaks with, absent a court order directing you otherwise----and you may refuse to allow her mother to communicate with her if you believe it to be in your granddaughter's best interests.
As the judge conditioned the phone visitation
on mom not being drunk, if you determine that she is inebriated when she calls, you may reject the call and ask her to call when she is sober. That is completely within your right.
And yes, even though she no longer pays support, the visitation order is still in effect and enforceable.
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I wish you and yours the best in 2015,