I am leaving for the military soon and my 3 year old daughters father is saying that he will not let my husband see her at all or my mother but one day a month. I think its important that our daughter gets to see my side of the family more than once a month. my mother is mamed my POA in my military documents and also my stand in guardian while im gone. im not asking for 50/50 custody like we have now but at least more than once a month. I will b gone for a total of 15 months and this is really too long to leave her in his custody sololy. thank you
just realized that i had this problem and have left messages with local attourneys
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If you have a custody order, when you deploy with the military you will need to identify a caregiver to support the children for the times you are not available. This person would be responsible for your children during your custody times (e.g. monday thru thursday or whatever the court has ordered
In PA, either party can petition the court for a change in custody...if your ex wants to he can try and get full custody during your absence. I recommend you work with a local attorney who can assist you as you work with the court and keep your custody.
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I really just need to kno what rights my mom and or husband have in this situation. they will b the ones seeking rights most likely because i am leaving in 23 days now and will b unable to do anything once i leave
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