Our expert says:
Do explore whether there is an Al-Anon group locally, which could help you, yourself. And I agree that is he is drinking at the time, then he cannot be left in charge of a child --- only if he is and remains sober through such a visit should he be allowed such acess --- maybe supervised access, with some designated sober adult present, would be better if he is to have access at all. I don't think any court would disagree. An alcoholics promises are rarely worth much
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