Child was born to Mother and Father while Mother and Father were married. Later, Mother and Father separated, and Mother petitioned for dissolution of marriage and moved for temporary sole custody of Child. In her motion, she alleged that Father was under investigation by the Cabinet for Health and Family Services for sexually abusing Child. Family Court entered an agreed order granting Mother temporary sole custody of child. Two weeks later, Father moved for visitation. The day after Father moved for visitation, a Dependency, Neglect, and Abuse petition was filed, alleging that Father sexually abused Child and sought removal of Child from Father’s care. Family Court denied Father’s motion for visitation in the dissolution action, taking judicial notice of the pending DNA action.