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What is Supervised Visitation Monitoring and How does it work?
CA RULES OF COURT
2022 California Rules of Court and Standards of Practice for Providers of Supervised Visitation.
The following protocol must be accepted and understood by parents. Click below to read more details.
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What is Supervised Visitation Monitoring?
Supervised Visitation allows parents in high conflict or high risk situations access to their children in a safe and supervised environment. The non-custodial parent that has access to the child does so only when supervised by a Professional Supervised Visitation Monitor. Supervised visitation is used to protect children from potentially dangerous situations while allowing parental access and providing support for the child-parent relationship
" Jada and Terrie were my visitation and exchange monitors for nearly 2 years. They have been an invaluable help in bringing their stability, knowledge, professionalism and kindness into a high conflict custody situation. They are excellent with children and my child has come to adore them. I would recommend them with high enthusiasm, and will no doubt continue to enlist their services in the years to come ".
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What is a Professional Supervised Visitation Monitor?
A trained, neutral third-person paid to supervise the contact between a visiting parent and their child(ren). Visitation Monitors ensure safety and security of child-parent interactions while documenting what is seen and heard during a visitation. For additional duties, responsibilities and legal obligations required of visitation monitors refer to 2022 Calif. Rules of Court 5.20 2. (A)-(O).
How Does a Monitored Supervised Visitation Work?
The Courts often order a parent on monitored visitation. There are three types of monitored visitations:
II. Non-professional- usually a family member or friend.
Parents are given the Court Order for visitation. The Judge determines the frequency and duration of the monitored visitation. Each case is unique. Parents come out of court having been given their Court Order and begin the process of identifying a Visitation Monitor.
Parents contact a monitor and the monitor reviews the parent’s court orders (and restraining orders, if applicable). An Intake interview is scheduled where each parent and monitor will meet to discuss the case in detail, complete the necessary paperwork and schedule the upcoming visitation schedule for the parents, according to the court order.
Intake interviews are conducted with BOTH parents, separately, and can take anywhere from 30 minutes to
It Takes a Village Visitation Monitors, LLC is a Professional Supervised child visitation monitoring company run by owner,
Why you should choose “It Takes a Village Visitation Monitors, LLC.
Because as Visitation Monitors, we can help reduce the stress on the child(ren) by arranging for a safe and stable environment for visitations.
Our purpose is to ensure the safety of all parties, protect the rights of children and provide the non-custodial parent access to the child or children.
Your Confidentiality - As a Professional Supervised Visitation Service provider, It Takes A Village Visitation Monitors, LLC. maintains strict confidentiality protocols. We maintain a neutral role and do NOT discuss our clients or cases. Any discussion between a monitor and the parties will be for the purposes of arranging visitation and providing safety of the children during the visit.
We have completed LIVESCAN- Background/Fingerprint
We are proud members of the Supervised Visitation Network (SVN)
We are TRUSTLINE REGISTERED
We are 5.20 and AB1674 Compliant
We can help make the difficult times, easier
We serve as child advocates, maintaining the safety, welfare and well-being of children that we monitor and the rights of parents to see their children.
Our training and expertise enable us to attentively observe and accurately record all interactions between children and their non-custodial parent or family member in a safe and stress free environment. Our goal is to monitor and encourage the building of healthy, loving and positive family relationships without judgment.