What do you mean by future responsibilities? Custody appeal date is December 21, 2011 if that's what you mean. As for as the divorce, she is using it as leverage because I wouldn't sign an amendment to the court order to give her back on of my visitation days which are 5 days stright then she get our son 9 days stright. What exactually do I ask to be able to do as you suggested?
I'm sorry....I agree and understand best interest of child etc. and all that has been determined by the court. Child support is in place and etc. My wife appealed because she lost her battle for sole custody which is why we go back in December.
My point is ...I want my divorce, it's been almost 2 years. She won't sign as she is using for leverage. Can I get a divorce without her signing? I'm sorry if I haven't been clear.
Thank you...I will do so.
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