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My husband has primary physical custody of three kids. His
My husband has primary physical custody of three kids. His ex wife has visitation every other weekend. The kids have been signed up to play soccer this fall. The league was chosen based on the fact that practices and games are on the same day. The kids asked to play this activity. His exwife didn't want them to play in that soccer league because she wants to coach for another league. She says she will not be taking the kids to their soccer games with the league my husband chose on her weekends. Instead they will be playing in a different league those Saturday's. So basically the children will miss half the games in both programs. Is this legal for her to do? What can be done if this isn't legal?
My son has attended the same school for 2 years
My son has attended the same school for 2 years now(preschool and kindergarten), his father has now enrolled him in a different school the day after the last day of school without consulting or even mentioning anything to me until after the fact. We have a temporary parenting plan that states we make school decisions jointly, along with religious and non-emergency medical care, which he has also pursued without my consent or knowledge (the only reason I have this info is because my son told me). So my question is what would be the best action for me to take at this point?
I am in the middle of custody case right now with my sons
Hello, I am in the middle of custody case right now with my sons father in Colorado. I am trying to come up with parenting plan, but can't come up with anything that feels safe, and in the best interest of our son due to his well documented history with alcoholism DUI's and DWAI's. I fear for my son now while he has visitation with his father per the restraining order I was granted. I recently pulled bank statements to our joint bank account and found out that he is drinking/purchasing alcohol several times a week although he is on probation for DUI he got in April of 2014.What should I do??
Pennsylvania. Married in 08 separated in 13, divorced in
Pennsylvania. Married in 08 separated in 13, divorced in 2015. Had a baby boy in 09 (now 7). The divorce was final along with the child support in 2015. Our son primarily lives with his mother since the separation in 2013 and we have been amicably in exchanging and working out the schedule with our son. I see him 2 overnights per week. I want to try to get it increased to 3 one week and 4 the following week. Is this something difficult to do? Earlier this year ex wife's new husband and I got into a domestic issue which caused a major ript between us. There is no amicable relationship now
My husband had a previous Founded cps report involving our
My husband had a previous Founded cps report involving our children approx 1 year ago. A daughter told her therapist some things that ended in a another report to cps. We separated and for now I am in family home. Is there anyway to have a visitation or parenting plan before legal separation or divorce? Visits need to be supervised of course. Its just that both legal separation or divorce can drag out in court and I have limited income. So trying to make best decisions I can to move forward. Thank you!!
A parenting plan was drawn and finalized in divorce decreeView more family law questions
A parenting plan was drawn and finalized in divorce decree with standard visitation (every other wkend/Wednesday, alternating holidays, etc). The custodial parent immediately moved 300 miles away, making the agreement untenable. The non-custodial parent constantly encounters difficulty in scheduling visitation and a complete refusal by the custodial parent to engage. The now teen children have refused all overnight visitation, every holiday visitation, and agree to an occasional afternoon with their father. Is it true, as the mother asserts, that she (and the children) 'have no responsibility in maintaining the relationship with the father - that he is solely responsible'? If so, what is the point of a parenting plan signed by both parties. How can a father maintain the relationship with no cooperation?