I live in Ga, but got divorced in SC. My ex and I have joint custody with me as the primary custodial parent. The divorce decree was drawn up when we lived in the same town in SC. Due to getting married and that my second husband is in the military, we had to move 160 miles away in Ga. The distance is becoming an issue for me. When I had to move away two years ago I verbally agreed to meet my ex halfway every other weekend and for his other court appointed times. (He gets our daughter every other weekend PLUS nine extra weeks out of the year!) Needless to say, since my family and I had yo move it has put a lot of wear and tear on my vehicle. I have put about 20,000 miles on my car in the past two years JUST meeting him for his visitations, plus all the gas. HE on the other hand uses a company truck so he is not wearing down his own personal vehicle (and is probably not paying for all the gas himself) so he doesn't see the strain that we do on the family car. Needless to say, I don't think his boss knows he uses the truck. He does not have a vehicle of his own (but he DOES have his own sport boat). Go figure. Anyway, is it unreasonable to tell him to come get her on his court appointed weekends and extra days? I would not be in contempt of court since I'm allowing him to have her, right? He would just have to come get her since there is no financial burden on him for all the exchanges. Or would it be unreasonable to ask him for some compensation and continue meeting him? Or is there absolutely nothing we can do since we're the ones who moved? But why should we be punished because Iwead to go where my husband's job took him? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!