I have a parenting agreement that was filed in NYC that states these words exactly. "In the event that any parenting time takes place during school hours, camp, extracurricular activities, therapy, etc. the parent with the child at the time shall deliver the child to school, camp, extracurricular activities, therapy etc, and/or pick up the child from school, camp, extracurricular activities, etc." On the following page it says "In the event either parent is unable to be with child during parenting time, the grandparents may watch the child." WATCH the child. Not PICK UP the child. My question is this: He has his mother
PICK UP my daughter from school every day. His mother, at one point, had an order of protection
against me because her son (my ex-husband) is a super NYPD cop who used the system to get his way and make sure I was behind the 8 ball. He pretty much convinced the court he should have an extra day (him 4 days, me 3) because his schedule allowed him flexibility to pick her up and drop her off everyday. Since signing, he has resumed his regular schedule and is never around to pick her up or drop her off, and she in turn spends her 4 days at her grandparents house who hate me for leaving their son. She is being raised by people who can't stand me and I want to change the order as I am no longer working and having a second child. I want to know if I can bring my parenting agreement to the school and have them enforce that only myself and her dad can pick up our daughter. This is a NYC parenting agreement. We have joint custody
, joint decision making, joint everything.