This question belongs in 2 forums but I wasn't sure which one to put it in.
Here is the deal; an order of protection was put in place against my step daughterís bio dad, to protect her and her mother. Terms of the order stated that his (bio dad) mother is supposed to supervise all visitations. Well this past week my step daughter had to go over there, and bio dad decided that he was going to take her on a 2 + hour trip but his mother did not agree with it and told him no, well he decided to curse his mother out in front of my step daughter and took her anyway even though my step daughter cried and told him that she didn't want to go without her "MawMaw" (bio dad's mother).
We called the court and the put it on the first docket for next week. The problem is that bio dad has already been notified of this and she is scheduled to go over there again this weekend right before the court date.
We are extremely scared that he is going to try to do the same thing and possibly not come back with her this time. If his mother can't control him then what is to stop him from doing this.
I would like to know if there is any way to halt the visitation till we go to court next week.
I hope this explains it, there is a lot more I can get into but I am trying to keep this short. The bio dad has about an arrest record about as thick as the bible, most arrests are abuse arrests against girlfriends, ex girlfriends, and he even has one that his own mother had to call the police on him. He went to a mental institute for a while after he shot 2 people (they didn't die thankfully), he also has 2 - 3 retraining orders against him currently, 1 I know if from my fiancť and atlest 1 other from his last girlfriend. No job for 3+ years, mooches off his mother (who has cancer), and since he doesn't have a job his ~$30 a week for child support his mother pays even though she is going thru chemo treatments. That is the basic summary of him, I could go on forever but this is getting too long.
Thanks in advance and I apologize for the poor grammar, spelling, and long length.