My daughters father lives out of state and he never wanted me to go for support and i did but to make a long story short he wants over nights. i said no because he has skipped seeing her on numerous times. bounts in months. i just wanted it legaly documented that i will have her returned to me at a schedule time and place and he fighting me on this. anyone else have this similar situation? how did you work out out of state overnights. i say that she is too young. i have consulted a lawyer and i have a good case to ask for no overnights right now.
she is 16months old and whenever i have traveled to that state i have told him and he has not seen her when i have told him alot of times.
i am not keeping him from over nights just need the paper to protect myself and my child.
I think you are doing it the right way but having a court order establishing pick up/drop off times for your daughter. She's still very young. Is he wanting to make this arrangement with you without going through the courts? I suggest you put the ball back on his court, if he wants over night have him request visitation modification through the court and you can both state your case and let the judge decide what is best for your child as far as parenting time. You mentioned that he has not kept the agreement in force currently regarding visitation that may work on your behalf when you protest his request. Good luck.
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