ok so, the judge overseeing my divorce instructed me and my husband's attorney to fill out a final judgment proposal and send it to eachother and her via email, along with our proposed parenting plan. basically she wants us to submit how WE want HER to rule on the case, she'll review them both, and make her own decision.
well i got his attorney's last night and i have an issue with their timesharing schedule. first of all i want his visits to be in my home and supervised by me but the judge already knows that. they are proposing unsupervised visitation and every other weekend from friday at 5 or afterschool until MONDAY at 9 am, and one overnight EACH week.
my problem is that our 4 year old is starting a pre-k program this fall. it runs with the school year and once you get the voucher, attendance is mandatory. it's M-F for 3 hours a day and starts at either 8-9 am, i haven't been given a time slot yet.
my ex lives 25 minutes away. plus he's not reliable when it comes to following a schedule. and i cannot see his lazy ass waking up at 6-6:30 to get her ready, fed, and then drive all the way over here to drop her off on time. same thing with the overnight. not to mention the fact that our 4 year old hates waking up early and if she were to wake up here on a school morning, she could get the full amount of rest that she needs before school.
so since everything was sent via email, i responded to that concern because the judge is suppose to consider our timesharing schedules. i just wanted to point out that ending on Monday for him is not conducive to our child's schooling, and that if he is awarded his plan, his timesharing should end Sunday at 6 pm and no overnights on weekdays. is that unreasonable to you?
his lawyer wrote back saying that my email was "improper" and that my ex is perfectly capable of dropping her off. but that is not the case, he is always late and i will be pissed the fuck off if his lateness jeopardizes her kindergarten preparedness which she absolutely NEEDS.
Asked by Anonymous at 8:51 AM on Jul. 26, 2013 in Relationships
Answer by Dardenella at 9:15 AM on Jul. 26, 2013
Answer by feralxat at 9:17 AM on Jul. 26, 2013
So the judge want to see his idea and your idea separately written out?
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