The purpose of supervised visitation is to reduce any risk of harm to the child. This follows proof or allegations of difficult situations such as abuse, neglect, an extended break in contact, or addiction concerns. How close must the supervision person be during the visitation? In general, it depends upon the reason for supervised visitation. The supervising person should stay close enough to make sure the visiting parent is not manipulating or coercing the child in any way, but may not be unnecessarily intrusive.
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