I have a 5 year old dd. When me and her father went to court, we agreed for both of us to have right of first refusal. For those who don't know that just means that if she is with me and I have to go somewhere or do something without her, I have to call her dad and see if he can take her before I ask anyone else, and of course it goes both ways. Me and my husband can complied with this 100%, he never watches her alone unless I ask my ex and he is unavailable. Well I have recently found out that my ex's new wife has been watching my dd most of the time she is over there. He picks her up Sat morning at about 9 am and apparently is only there until about 4. Then he goes to work and isn't home till the morning and sleeps all day until it is time to bring her home. So according to our order, My dd should come home to me at 4 on Sat instead of Sunday. I called my ex about it and he said "why shouldn't she spend time with her SM?" I said "because our order says she is to be with a parent whenever possible" Why should his wife of 3 months be allowed to watch my dd without asking me first buy my husband of 4 years can't? I guess the part that pisses me off is that me and my husband have gone out of our way to comply with the order and my ex doesn't even care.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 12:00 PM on Feb. 10, 2011 in Parenting Debate
Well, that is the order and that is what should be upheld. What can you do to make sure that he holds up to his end? Can you take him back to court because he isn't complying with the order at all?
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