To provide families with services that give children the opportunity to have a safe, and conflict-free access to their parents and extended families.
Central to a child's sense of security, feelings of self-esteem and healthy development is the constancy of the parent-child relationship. Children are deeply affected when they are separated from a parent. Visitation monitoring is helpful to lessen the negative impact on the child.
The American family is changing. Across the United States, the growing need for supervised visitation services is at an all-time high. In recent years, supervised visitation services have been adopted by family court judges for child custody and visitation disputes, absentee parents wanting to return to their child's life, and separation from the child due to issues of domestic violence, incarceration, child abuse and neglect, and substance abuse are major reasons for this need.
If you have a court order giving you supervised visitation, do not look at it being a negative requirement, look at it as an opportunity for you to build, grow, and maintain a relationship with your child. Supervised visitation maybe your opportunity to demonstrate to the Court your desire to be involved in your child's life. There is no excuse to not spend quality time with your child.
There is a crisis in America. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 19.7 million children, more than 1 in 4, live without a father in the home. Consequently, there is a “father factor” in nearly all of the societal ills facing America today. Research shows when a child is raised in a father-absent home, he or she is affected in the following ways...
Source: 2017. U.S. Census Bureau. Data represent children living without a biological, step, or adoptive father.
FATHER DAY IS JUNE 16 BUT WE ARE HONORING FATHERS EVERYDAY IN THE MONTH OF JUNE with 45% off of standard visitation costs.
In collaboration with My Sister's Keeper Ministry of Restoration, we are providing an opportunity for absentee dads to have a reunification visit with their child in a safe, positive and neutral environment. A professional supervised visitation monitor will oversee the entire process. From parental intake interview to visitation coordination. Restrictions and guidelines apply.
1. Must have court ordered supervised visitation.
2. Must be a new client.
3. Must complete the intake interview.
Space is limited, offer is valid between June 1 - June 31, 2019.
Getting the process started is the first step to become an active parent in your child's life. Due to the nature of these services, this special offer is limited to a two (2) hour visit. The intake process is a separate requirement and fee.
All visits will take place in a predestinated location based on the age of the child.
All parties including the custodial and non-custodial parent must abide by all the policies and guidelines of the program.
To begin the confidential intake process complete the Intake Form in the link below.
We will review your information and contact you to schedule your visitation!
Finding a professional visitation monitor is an important task for you and your family. I currently serve counties in the state South Carolina and Coastal Georgia and Central North Carolina from my Raleigh location. I am able to travel up to 2 hours from both locations.
I have over 22 years of experience in Family Court as a certified lay Guardian ad Litem. I have worked with children with special needs, sexual abuse, and neglect.
I provide supervised visitation services in public locations and if approved and appropriate your home. My priority is to ensure the safety of your child, therefore based on the merits of your case, I do provide security at no extra charge to you. If you have a court order giving you supervised visitation, do not look at it being a negative requirement, look at it as an opportunity for you to build, grow, and maintain a relationship with your child. Supervised visitation may be your opportunity to demonstrate to the Court your desire to be involved in your child's life. There is no excuse to not spend quality time with your child. So give me a call and learn more about my supervised visitation or supervised exchanges and how you can turn what may appear to be a negative requirement for a positive outcome for your child and you. To better assist you or your attorney, I encouraged you to obtain specific guidelines about the services offered before appearing in court.
Remember to do WHAT'S BEST FOR THE CHILD. Give me a call 803-942-0558 or use the form below to schedule a free consultation. I'm available weekends and holidays.
Monitored exchange occurs when a neutral third party is responsible for collecting the child or children from one parent, and escorting the children to the access parent for their visit, so that the parents do not come into contact with each other.
It may not always be appropriate or safe for the other parent, a friend or a family member to provide this service. In those cases, access may take place as part of a court-ordered program where a neutral court-appointed agency acts to supervise the access or exchange. The level of monitoring will depend on the needs of the child and the level of risk involved.
Court testimony and an unbiased, objective, and documentation of services available.
The non-custodial parent home study typically includes:
A written home study report is prepared based on the information gathered.
Documentation is an essential part of supervised visitation services. As a supervised visitation monitor, I am not a party to your court proceeding therefore my report may be the best way for the details of the visit or exchange to be shared with your attorney or Judge. My observation report is provides an unbiased, objective observation of the visit. The report will not contain recommendations about future visitation or recommendations concerning custody. My observation reports should not be the sole basis custody or visitation is determined.
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