About 101VisitationSolutions

Supervised Visitations Scenarios

Domestic Violence


Sexual Abuse


Drug Abuse


Mental Illness


Child Neglect


Child Abduction


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PARENT EDUCATED
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CHILD PROTECTED

Our Professionals

Our professionals have experience with similar situations and can take care of it, fast responsive with any situation.

Testimonials

Had a great experience with Layla as my monitor and would recommend her to anyone who has to deal with difficult visitations or drop offs.

Ted F. (Visiting Parent)

The children really admired Leyla. She set realistic boundaries for both Dad and the kids at the beginning of the visit.  I heard her tell the children that her “only rule” was that she expected everyone to treat each other with dignity and respect.

Thank you,

Ellen K: (Residential Parent)

All the staff at 101 Visitation Solutions, including and especially Ms. Leyla Kabban are the most professional and compassionate group of people in this arena. They understand the needs of every family they help and they are always there for the best interest of the children, no matter the situation. I highly recommend them. Thanks for all you do!

Araceli M. (Family Law Attorney)
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FAQ's

Unless special circumstances exist, children generally fare best when they have the emotional support and ongoing involvement of both parents. Ongoing parental involvement fosters positive parent‐child relationships and healthy emotional and social development.

The information on this web page is based upon the following assumptions:

  • The child will benefit from ongoing and active contact with both parents.
  • One parent has sole or primary physical custody of the child.

The information on this web page:

  • DOES NOT replace or change any visitation schedule agreed upon by the parents or set forth in a court order.
  • DOES NOT prohibit or limit parents or judges from establishing visitation schedules that differ from those recommended in this pamphlet.

The visitation suggestions in this pamphlet may not be appropriate if there is genuine concern about a child’s emotional or physical safety when with a parent. The visitation suggestions in this pamphlet may not apply, or may need to be adjusted