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Visitation decisions improperly delegated (access required)

Where the trial court gave father the power to decide whether to expand mother’s visitation with the parties’ children, this was an improper delegation of judicial power. Background The parties’ final divorce order provided that father would have sole physical and legal custody. “Mother’s contact with the children was limited to letter writing; her therapist would provide approved ...