You have agreed to act as a supervisor of access rights. An access right is an Order of the Superior Court permitting a parent to see his or her child(ren) under certain conditions. The “exercise of access rights” is the time during which a parent sees his or her child(ren).
The Court has ordered supervised access rights and you have been named to act as the supervisor.
As a result, you must
□ be present for each and every exercise of access rights;
□ be present for the entire duration of the exercise of access rights.
You cannot choose to stop acting as the supervisor of access rights or have yourself replaced at your own convenience or discretion.
If you are no longer willing or able to act as the supervisor of access rights, you must advise both parents within a reasonable time, in other words well in advance of the next scheduled exercise of access rights.
This notice must be accompanied by the order for supervised access rights.