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HelloThis is Samuel. If there are no restraining or protection orders against him by the Mothers then he is not precluded from visiting them. His conviction would not automatically preclude him from seeking visitation with the children. Now, I suggest, that he might not just show up at the door, because if he has had no contact with his children they may be apprehensive and so it is best to try to contact the Mothers and ask for supervised visits at first so the children can get to know their Father.If the Mothers will not allow it, then I suggest he file for court ordered visitations. But unless his children were victims of his crime then there is no law keeping him from them. But he wants to make sure that he is not doing anything that might cause the Mother or the children to be "alarmed" by him just showing up at the door. He should consider planning it out.
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