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I am sepparated from my wife and she will only let me see my

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I am sepparated from my wife and she will only let me see my daughter on supervised visits. She claims because of my past depression problems and bi-polar that she cant trust me. My little girl is 7now and she means everything to me. I was always a great father to her.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: US Law
Expert:  Guillermo Senmartin replied 2 years ago.

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Where does your child live? Has a court order been entered against you requiring supervised visitations or preventing all visitations?

Expert:  Guillermo Senmartin replied 2 years ago.
Where does your child live? Has a court order been entered against you requiring supervised visitations or preventing all visitations?

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