What is the name of your state? Missouri
OK, this might not be the right forum, but I'm going to ask anyways...
I know Missouri is a one party state for recording phone conversations, already have that going. But what about in person conversations? CJ's ex is bringing the girls between 2 and 3 today so he can give them their Christmas gifts, and he wants to ask her about getting the girls for his weekend visitation next Friday. He and I both know she's going to deny it. She's going to use every excuse she can think of. (You have a cat, they are allergic... His dad and step-mom have a cat also, but she lets the girls go there at least one weekend a month. You smoke outside, but it's still on your clothes.... his step-father smokes outside when him and CJ's mom has the girls, and she doesnt deny them visitation because of that.... etc. etc. etc.) *Oh, these are all old excuses, she uses at least one of them every time*
I have looked, but all I can find are phone recording laws. We know she's gonna raise holy hell when he asks for his court ordered visitation today, and I'm wondering if we can record the entire conversation, from the time she gets here, til the time she leaves. Anyone know??