What tactics or grounds are best to persue?
I think my wife is trying to build a case that she is best ...
I sensed my daughter was coached to say or do things
My wife was accusatory about taking my daughter sledding recently...
She can try to say different things:
Tardy a couple of times to school: 3 minutes late ... before i discovered she could ride the bus from my neighborhood too.
Do the courts tend to lean one way or the other?
Moms get deference as opposed to dads...?
Would i be better off trying to negotiate her paying the cost but allowing me to see emma all summer ... and several holidays?
My daughter and i are really tight this is going to devasted her.. and i miss her now when she is away every other week.
I have tried to tell my x go be with her man... but let me keep emma here.
By Moving she takes Emma Kate - 1st Grade (only school she has ever known)
I am 2 miles from the rental house my x has.. i too am renting to stay in same school district.
800-1000 miles from both grandparents and my x's family
800 miles from sister - nieces and nephews
800 miles from me her dad...
So the response i give to her request is to contest
and wait for court to mandate an appearance
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