I have 2 girls. When I was 4 months pregnant with our second, me and their father split up. When youngest daughter was 2 1/2 months old we got into a huge argument because I wouldn't pick up and leave state to move with him and took him to court because I didn't want him leaving state with the girls. (Before the argument he maybe stopped once a month to see the kids).
Court was the 2nd of June this month, and I was awarded sole custody. His visitation is that he has to call ahead of time to set up a date to see the kids here at my home. Since then he's texted once to set up a date for the friday following court (the 10th).. and didn't show. Since has not called, texted nor returned calls or text messages. (obviously i know he's not dead or in the hospital, I still talk to his mom who visits at least every other week to see the kids, and we have a good relationship).
At this point would it be wrong to leave a message giving a time frame in which he has to return my call or I'll assume abandonment and drop his rights as the father? (through the courts obviously).
(sorry, tried to keep it as short as possible, yes there is obviously a lot of reasons why things are set up as they are, etc.. )
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