What exactly does the shared parenting plan state regarding child care if his work schedule is 2nd or 3rd shift -- not YOUR interpretation but the actual wording.
What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? Ohio... I have filed charges against ex and go to court in a couple of weeks. He has violated agreement that I make the appropriate child care decisions if his work schedule is 2nd or 3rd shift. This occured and I did not find out for at least a month, with him deciding his "girlfriend" would watch son over night. I only found out when my son told me.
So you are residential for school purposes? That means NOTHING regarding the actual rights of you or the other parent. It just means that is the school district of the child.
Shared parenting with my home as school district placement.
Your attorney should know what is needed.
I am trying to not blow my retainer with questions that arise, such as what documentation should I or she be obtaining?
With proper foundation laid, they very well can be.
Will text messages be evidence if needed?
You are shaking over this? You have control issues. You haven't mentioned a SAFETY issue but rather just you weren't told. Screams of control issues.
this is only a little of the saga, and having difficulty typing as I am shaking with frustration.
And? Has that caused a change in visitation?
I never dreamed I would have the issues I am when I agreed to a very liberal shared parenting plan... ie; he has moved 3 times in 3 years,
NONE of your business quite frankly.
quit or been fired from 2 jobs I know of,
Keep harrassing him or have others harrass him and he may get a CPO against you.
has never given me addresses/contact info until harrassed.
And? He is allowed to use medicaid to insure the child if he qualifies. Do you have insurance for the child? Did you give him a card? If you don't have insurance, why not?
has welfare for son's insurance,
allowed interefernce of outside parties...
And yet, I haven't heard one safety issue or danger issue for the child. Nor one issue that impacts the welfare of the child negatively. Just a whole bunch of you complaining because he doesn't do what you demand -- which goes back to control issues.
goes on and on
Parents should remember 3 things: Love your kids more than you hate your ex; when you have children the relationship with the other parent is until death; your children determine what type of nursing home you end up in.
Nothing stated by me should be taken as giving you legal advice or forming an attorney/client relationship.
Attorney-GAL in Ohio.
I've removed the knife from my back, polished it, and will one day return it -- long after you think I have forgotten.