Unfortunately, you must make every attempt to get your child to their other parent according to the court-appointed schedule or mediation agreement for visiting days and hours when the time is documented. It is very unfortunate that he does not answer his phone or that he does not return your calls to you, but there is no law that says he has to answer or call back, but there are laws that do not exist to respect the visitation plans, it will be considered a kidnapping if you do not take the child or if someone else does not take the child or offers that the child is picked up at home when you arrive. You have to give all the possibilities, and if that fails, you can stop him in court. I`m a single mom going through a bad deal now, so I fully understand your situation. Your child`s father does what he knows, he will lower you, but at the same time, he will not break the law. I wish you good luck If you break a command or agreement, try to settle things with the other person (the law calls it the other party) first yourself. Going to court can take a lot of time and money. And it`s stressful. If you violate a court order or an agreement (don`t do what it says): my ex-wife and I divorced a little over 6 years ago, she got primary custody and I got secondary custody.
Our order of care is that I can see my two boys every other weekend. A little over two years ago, my ex came to me and said she would like to continue a week, and a week off with the kids, and in return, she would stop daycare. For example, over the past two years, we have shared the custody of one week and one week off. Unfortunately, I was never tried again and I changed the custody and visitation order or obtained our written agreement. Three weeks ago, my 11-year-old son had to be disciplined because he was disrespectful to me, and when his mother found out, she called the sheriff to investigate. The sheriff came out and found nothing but mere parental discipline. The ex insisted that the sheriff arrest me for an attack on my son, but when they refused, she decided from then on that she would return to our original court, which had ordered custody and visitation agreement. She never told me, but informed the boys` school, so that if I went to pick them up from school, the school would not release them. Last weekend was my weekend, and my ex only brought my youngest boy and said that my 11-year-old daughter had decided not to come. I had to go to two different police stations and eventually an officer agreed to write an incident report. So I have two questions: 1.
If we have been sharing custody for more than two years, how is it that, in the best interests of one of the children, we go back to the original court order without notice? 2. Can my ex start child care after two years? My ex-wife and I have a 50/50 without a child care contract. But last year, she took four months off to be a mom. And now she`s doing it again. She also now does solo sex webcam shows from home, although she claims not to do it when he`s there. She wants to see our son three weekends a month on Fridays and Saturdays. Is this a contempt for our education plan? And if so, should she pay child benefit and should I hire a lawyer to try to get full custody or more? No, but you want to apply for custody as soon as possible before she does. unless you can come up with a type of arrangement If a judge makes an order on custody and visitation of the children, it becomes a court order and has the force of the law. If a custody or visit order is not changed, it can also have negative effects on the child.
The child may be placed in situations that are confusing or even dangerous to them. In comparison, if the amendments are adopted first by the family court system, the court can make the right arrangement according to the child`s standard.