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    Almost 4 year old daughter wants to see father.
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    Daedalus78 posted:
    Hi,
    I am a single mom. I left her father because of a history of abuse from him. He also went to jail before I knew I was pregant from him.
    I gained full custody when he came out after realising he was just as mean as before. He also has a history of drug abuse.
    That said my beautiful daughter has asked to see him. Should I set up supervised visits, which after 6 allows for him to go for joint custody? He also has not paid any child support since I left him over 2 years ago.
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