1. How do I exercise my visitation rights if the custodial parent is denying me access to my child?
Supervised visitation means that the non-custodial parent may not spend time alone with the child. It usually also means that the non-custodial parent may visit the child only at a particular time and in a particular place.
No. Visitation rights may not be denied to the non-custodial parent, even though the non-custodial parent is not paying child support.
You may submit a request by affidavit to O.C.S.E. which clearly states the reason for the information as requested and which sets out the unsuccessful attempts to acquire the information from other sources.