This has happened no more than one occasion. I asked the school and my ex-husband to please refrain from her disciplining, and leave it to myself and my ex. He however thinks its just fine for her to deal with it even without contacting me. What do I do?!?Answer Question
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Answer by Ginger0104 at 4:43 PM on May. 14, 2013
Depends on the terms of you custody agreement. Here unless specifically denied by the court, if it is joint custody, either parent can be called. You can specify that both be called but the school is not bound by it unless the court specifically orders them to call all parties. In this arrangement the mother or the father has the right to discipline their child and/or designate a third party. This has to be designated at the school. It is generally in the who is allowed to pick up my child papers.
Since I know nothing about your CS I have no way to give you an opinion.
If you are asking if I agree with this, the answer is yes I do.
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