So I can't stop her. If I want to take my son to spain or within a European country, she tells me no and doesn't give me my son's passport.
How can I stop her from taking my son to Mallorca?
What are the steps and procedures I need to do to get visitations establish so that my son can visit his American family in the states which he has never met, my son is almost 4 (September).
We have a visitation agreement set in place while I live here in Germany, but now I am on orders to leave to the USA for a few years, and I want my visitation with my son, but in the USA not in Germany. She lives in Wurzburg and I currently live in Kaiserslautern?
He is not too young to fly with his father anywhere.
He is entitled to know his American family too.
So there is nothing I can do here in Germany to gain these rights?
When I was getting divorced, the Judge advised us to come up with a visitation agreement and if we couldn't he would decide for us and that we didn't need a lawyer, set the example for my visitation with my son, because my ex wife only wanted that I see my son two days on weekends and every other, the judge gave me 4 day weekends every other weekend and plus one whole week a month/every other month depending on my work schedule. That became our template for my visitations.
So for this case, would I need a lawyer for my new visitations to the USA, since I do have joint custody and I would want to remain in my son's life. My son cries all the time that he wants to live with me and not his mother and that upsets her and in turn, she tries to keep me away from my son.
Do you have any recommendations for me, on the procedure for me to approach this matter and get a court date as soon as possible for before 5 August 2013.
During my divorce, my lawyer (who told me that she would fight for me), sat during the whole proceeding and said nothing but that she agrees with the other lawyer, My translator and I fought for my rights in court. Do you know of any lawyers in Wurzburg area, if I need a lawyer that will not be as such?
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