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What are my rights as a parent?

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What are my rights as a parent?

Hello, my name is Peter, thanks for your patience here.

I'm going to respond to you now - I'm just reading over your other question posts so I have the background.

Firstly - as long as contact remains supervised there should not necessarily be a restriction on where you can go during that contact.

Secondly - as long as the supervisor is agreed then it can be anyone that is deemed 'suitable'.

The issue appears to be agreeing a suitable supervisor. I note that social services were involved in the initial period - have you considered going back to them and asking for them to confirm that the proposed supervisor is suitable? If they support the person supervising father is not going to have much of a leg to stand on here.

Hello.

I didn’t receive confirmation that you received my response to your question.

Was there anything that needed clarifying at all?

Kind regards,

Peter

 

Customer: replied 15 days ago.
No although you were very helpful. I am contacting social services. Thanks.

My pleasure.

If you have further questions, you can always come back to me.

In the meantime, if you could take a second to provide a 5 star rating (at the top right of your screen), I'll be credited for my time spent responding to your question.

Kind regards,

Peter

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