Soberlink gave us insurance during parental visitation. We have custody of a child who has been through things no child should go through. Her biological parent had a court-ordered visitation when she had a car accident with our child in the vehicle. The parent refused the breathalyzer and as a result, went to jail. Our child was scared but physically ok suffering only a couple of bruises. After going to court, the visitation needed to resume. So, the magistrate, attorneys, and guardian ad litem strongly suggested Soberlink. I was skeptical at first and felt this was just another way to get our case out of the courtroom, giving her a slap on the wrist. But being in recovery for over seven years, I trusted this part of the system and paid for the device and service. It worked! It tested for alcohol 12 hours prior and at the end of the visit, assuring us she was not under the influence during any scheduled visitations. If she didn’t use the device, we had every right to cancel the visit without being in contempt with the courts. Peace of mind was something we needed during this 6-hour time frame, and that’s what we got. The courts and my attorney believed in Soberlink and now I do, too.