in michigan does one parent have to call the other parent if there is a three hour right to refusal when he leaves to go to work, when he has to work on his time or can he provide his own child care? child is five mother does not work, dad has to work on his time, does he have to call mom for first refusal?
State/Country relating to question: Michigan
getting child care while going to work on my time but mom says she gets child because of right of refusal is this true?
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When you say "right of first refusal", do you mean that the Order states that if one parent can not take care of the child, the other parent has a stated right to take the child before the other parent calls a third party?
when one parent is going to be gone from the child during assigned time the other parent is to be notified and asked to watch the child first before going to a third party...but i cannot find if this rule excludes employment.
for more then three hours is all it states
IF there is no exception stated, then there is no exception.
I understand. There is no exception if it isn't stated.
Can I help with anything further?
ok thank you i wasnt sure if it was a state rule or individual. have a good day
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