I have been separated from 14 y/o daughter for a year. Mother has interfered and not allowed contact or visitation and I want to see my daughter. Wife has drug out a relatively simple divorce. I thought eventually she would accede to my wishes to see my daughter. Finally I put in an emergency motion to see daughter... Judge dismissed because do to "no evidence of physical danger" (without prejudice). I am certain that wife is destroying my relationship and the harm is mental. I was stay at home dad for 14 years and this is making me crazy. I am pro se and would like to know what kind of motion I could use to at lest see her once or twice before our final hearing (2/3-4, 2014). Can't change history want to change the future.
2 Answers from Attorneys
Ask for temporary visitation, supervised by an independant 3rd party, if necessary. Will daughter cooperate?
File a motion for temporary relief, set the hearing with the judge - 1 hour.