I would step back and look at this situation from the perspective of the Court. The Court is not well equipped to monitor day to day decisions on visitation. Supervision is difficult to leave in place for extended periods of time for that reason. On the other hand your ex has agreed to supervision. If you want that order to stay in place, you should agree to people who can make themselves available to supervise. If you are making supervision difficult and the squabble about supervisors is in effect denying your ex visitation, the court will start to look for other options to make sure the child is safe. Click on the link “Custody Order” below for other factors you should consider in your custody order.