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Under what conditions can I deny my ex-husband visitation?

Question Details: I have physical custody of my daughter. The last time that she had parent time with her father, he endangered her life by driving recklessly on the freeway. Afterward, he was emotionally and verbally abusive. I contacted Child Protective Services and a case has been opened. At this point, my daughter refuses to go with her dad. She and I are both fearful of his bipolar moods, which are well-documented with the court. Can I deny my ex-husband visitation on the grounds of imminent danger and the fact that my daughter does not want to go?

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