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During supervised visitation, is non custodian parent allowed to bring other relatives to visit child?

Q: Are other relatives such as grandparents, uncles, cousins etc. allowed to visit during a supervised visitation session in the non custodian parent's home with a court order or directive?

A: David's Answer: Your question as phrased says "with a court order" - certainly if the court order says they're permitted to, then s/he can. If the order doesn't explicitly permit it, then it's up to the supervisor and should be on notice to the custodial parent (to allow an opportunity to object). Call a Bronx Child Custody attorney to schedule a consult for a full assessment.

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