I am planning on moving 20 minutes away from XH but it will cross state line. I have sole custody and we have shared visitation. I cannot get him to sit down to talk without DD present.
I feel that this is adult talk and she does not need to hear it. He says that he doesn't know when he will have time. He doesn't know that moving is what the talk will be about but I am sure that he realizes that it's coming. He asked me when we got divorced, how long it would be before I moved.
Do I call him and talk over the phone, do I just talk with DD present, or do I just go to court?
I would hope that he doesn't fight it since 1. it would cost me money, 2. He can see her anytime regardless of what the papers state, 3. He is paying less than what the state dictates for support and I could take him back for more money, 4. we have a great parenting relationship.
I think he is just trying to 'have power' over me and be in control.
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Answer by Anna92464 at 12:47 PM on Oct. 22, 2010
Tell him what the conversation is about before he gets to the house. That will allow him some time to prepare. Then ask him for a specific time and date for when he can come talk to you about it. If does not come, then try talking over the phone about it. If those don't work, then you may have to go to court. However, since this is in regards of your dd, it might be beneficial for her to be a part of the conversation, depending on how old she is.
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