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LdiJ

Senior Member
#16
Thank you for your input. It helps. Fortunately she has not been arrested so I am unsure how her opiate addiction could be brought up. The advanced notice of cancellations would indeed help.

Question, is there a time limit I have to wait until she comes and get our son? There are no set times or days in the order but if she says she is going to pick our son up at say 3pm how long do I have to wait for her to show up before I can leave?
What I often advise a parent to do is if the other parent does not show, then go ahead with your plans, but make the parent aware of where they can pick up the child if they eventually show. In other words, don't wait around for the parent to show up at the normal location, but let the parent come to you/the child if the parent shows later.
 


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