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When you say "unlimited", what do you mean? Does it say that the two of you have to agree on liberal visitation?
I can see him whenever, there is no limitations
she is upset with me and not letting me see or talk to him, she states that I am too unstable, but that is not for her to decide correct?
i used to have him 3 days a week, basically see him or have whenever i wanted
I call everyday, I send texts asking to see him and she does not reply
Okay, thank you.
we ae so split holidays, etc..
Your remedy would be to file a motion of Contempt with the Court. You need to start notating when she is ignoring you, how many times, what her excuses are, etc. Then speak to a local family law attorney and file contempt charges, alleging very specifically what she has been doing. The court can force her to let you see the child or face fines/jail time.
so find a family law attorney and have them file contempt of court charges
thats what i thought but i didnt know if i needed a lawyer to do that or i could file it myse
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