Supervised Visitation Monitor
The court in a case where the parents have a visitation issue or a custody matter, in the best interest of the children the court through the judge could allow the children to only have contact with a parent in the presence of neutral third person during the visitation. The neutral third is referred to as a supervised visitation moderator.
In most case, the court order allowing supervised visitation will specify the time and duration of the visits. The court order will also specify the location of the visits and who will be the supervised visitation moderator.
Selecting the right supervised visitation moderator is an important decision and one that should not be taken lightly.
Supervised Child Visitation Services:
Scott Frank is a court approved supervised visitation moderator. As a child of divorce and a loving father who has been through a messy divorce and been awarded full custody of his children, Scott can empathise with both the children and the fathers of divorce.
Scott’s work as a private investigator for over a decade has given him first-hand experience on how families cope with divorce both in positive and negative ways. This has given him knowledge on how to diffuse difficult situations and create a positive environment for the children.
Having a male supervised visitation monitor can sometimes help to ease the tensions that fathers have during this transition period. Learning new more positive ways to connect with their children through these supervised visitation services can help to build the parent-child relationship in a positive way for the future.
To speak with Scott and find out if he is the right choice to guide and moderate you through the supervised child visitation services please call 337-254-8169