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The statute states in part:
(4) A motion to restrict parenting time or parental contact with a parent which alleges that the child is in imminent physical or emotional danger due to the parenting time or contact by the parent shall be heard and ruled upon by the court not later than fourteen days after the day of the filing of the motion. Any parenting time which occurs during such fourteen-day period after the filing of such a motion shall be supervised by an unrelated third party deemed suitable by the court or by a licensed mental health professional, as defined in section 14-10-127 (1) (b).
So, I'm sorry to say that your visitation is indeed restricted. If you don't have a supervisor deemed suitable by the court, then you would not be able to see the kids tomorrow. The case that you cited also states:
This confers upon a parent the power to unilaterally amend a court order to require supervised parenting time for an extremely limited period of time. The impacted parent's remedy, in the event the motion is “substantially frivolous, substantially groundless, or substantially vexatious,” is to recover reasonable attorney fees and costs. In re Marriage of Slowinski, 199 P.3d 48, 52 (Colo. App. 2008).
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