Can a judge order supervised visitation or no visitation following a same-sex divorce?
For the court or for the judge to make a determination and deprive a parent from contact with their child or order supervised visitation, the judge will go over the best interest and the factors under the best interest. There are 20 factors. To deprive a parent from having contact with their child is extremely difficult. It has to be proven that it is not in the best interest of the child to have any contact with that other parent, or to have supervised. That is very difficult to accomplish. Please to talk to an attorney to figure out if the factors work in your favor.