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Yes. You have the right to act in her best interests. Since the court has not ordered you to allow her to travel without her father being available on the other end of the trip, you would not be violating the court's order if you refuse to allow this.
The father would have to file a motion to modify the order to have it changed, which may be denied depending on your daughter's age and all relevant factors amounting to her best interests and safety.
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She is 8 yrs old and her daddy is an ass. The judge was all in my favor but the original order was for Japan and said he had to purchase 60 days in advance of date of travel which he has purchased today for July 30th. She will b devastated and needs her daddy and is going to be heartbroken. It cost me 10k to defend my situation and now he plays these games. I just want to be sure I am not breaking any ruling since it is her time with him. If anything I can argue hes way outside the 60 day notice to purchase the tickets is that correct? I love her so much and do not feel comfortable with his dad and step mom whoes own child wouldnt even allow her to watch her grandson for 4 years because she is such a horrible person. I told him any day, any airline anytime so I should be ok then? Looks like she wont be going he just sent me confirmation of the ticket with them picking her up and her staying with them for 4 days before he even arrives. Thanks so much for your help. I have no mom or dad and she is all I have and I love her sooooo much. Courtney
p.s. should I send you a copy of the order?
Right. He is outside of the time required by the court's order, so he would be violating it if he insists on purchasing a ticket now.
I don't need a copy of the order to answer this question. Right. You should be fine since he is the one being uncooperative and unwilling to comply with the court's order.
Good luck and take care, Courtney!
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Yes. The court's order would be controlling and he has no authority to demand that you alter it, so you are not violating it.
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