There are a couple options that you have if you feel your children are not safe with the other parent because of anger issues or some other sort of mental health problem. You can ask that their parenting time be restricted, and in Minnesota it’s presumed that a parent can have at least 25% of the time with their child. There has to be a good reason to restrict their parenting time, and you’ll have to gather all the relevant information about why the other parent poses a danger to your children. If they’re physically abusive, it’s going to be much more easy to show that the children are not safe with the other parent and restrict their parenting time. Emotional and psychological sorts of anger abuse issues can be harder to prove and harder to deal with, so it really comes down to the unique situation. I work with clients very closely on what are the relevant factors and how can we best make the case to a judge if necessary to restrict the other parent’s parenting time.