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my ex husband has his new girlfriend taking care of our daughter

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my ex husband has his new girlfriend taking care of our daughter when i am available to take care of her. i am not allowed to know this woman and i found out through others about it. when i got upset and cnfronted them about it they threatened me with harrassment. is there anything i can do?

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Does your parenting plan state that you have a first right of refusal when your ex husband is unavailable to parent


i never saw that in the court order and never heard of it before. we have joint custody

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You can petition the court for modification to the parenting plan to give you the first right of refusal. This means that if the father is unable to parent during his parenting time, that he must offer you the opportunity to take your child for that period of time. This type of clause is commonly placed into parenting plans as the courts believe that it is best for the child to be with a parent

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