Hi, thank you for your question. Your daughter has a right to a relationship with her father and this can only be reasonably restricted if there are child protection concerns or if he is unable to provide adequate care for her. You state that there are drug and alcohol issues and this will be a significant child protection concern, especially given your daughter's young age. It would therefore be reasonable for you to restrict contact until such time as he can demonstrate that there is no longer drug or alcohol concerns. In the circumstances, if he continues to insist on seeing her you can suggest that it takes place in a supervised contact centre - thereby he continues his relationship but there is an independent person to supervise and intervene if there are any concerns.
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