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That would depend on why social services is investigating. If it is neglect, abuse or something of that nature suspected on the part of the other parent. Then you probably could justify not allowing that parent their visitation, or supervise it. However, the custody agreement is binding unless a petition to modify is made, and approved by the court. I would think if the child were in any way endangered or? DSS would already have taken action to prevent the parent from having unsupervised visits.

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Q: Can one parent of the two sharing custody of a minor child legally keep the child from the other parent pending a DSS claim?
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