Yes, visitation and custody has been ordered by the court. We actually JUST went back to court on the 19th for modification. I did not bring this up b/c it was not an issue then. No he DID NOT sign the contract at all technically there IS NO signed contract b/c I never turned it in. Clarification: I figured he would try something like this, so, when the contract for the Dance Company came out I took him a copy of it so he would know fully what would be required of her to say on the Competition team. I asked him to sign it b/c I wanted HIS signature on it INCASE he tried this crap. He refused and said she could not dance. So I told him that he would have to tell her himself that she could not be on the Competition team and he was backing out of our origional verbal agreement. He did not tell her. For some reason over that weekend he changed his mind and decided to let her do it. On 9/19/12 I sent him a text msg saying I was going to turn in the contract for the Dance Company and was it still alright. He reasponded "that's cool". Our agreement was that anything dance related that fell on his weekend we would work out an arrangement so he would not lose time. We live in the same town so it is not a big deal to switch weekends. BUT now I have cut my own nose off b/c after court I deleted all the text msg I have been saving from him to keep him from doing this still. His only fall back right now seems to be "I didnt sign the contract you did so I am not obligated for anything!" They want to go to the beach on 6/28 and her last practice will have to keep her here on that day so now he is pulling this junk
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