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mpro
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pareanting time
      #664786 - 06/02/10 10:48 AM

my question is how can my ex bring me in to try and change parenting time because i work and when its my time with the kids and he dont like my fiancee who has 3 kids of his own watching his daught so hes trying to take my time he does this every time ive tried to switch shifts to help he brings me to court as long as hes a responcible adult whats the problem i also have another kid whos the sister of my ex daughter they need time together i mean how many people out there are divorced and work and have this issue

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Re: pareanting time [Re: mpro]
      #665024 - 06/02/10 07:35 PM

I'd offer advice, but can't understand your point. No periods, no commas, no capital letters. Can you redo?

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Re: pareanting time [Re: 1004SRS]
      #665865 - 06/05/10 07:51 AM

I think what you're asking is why would your ex want to change your parenting time because you have your fiance watching your children while you work.

If that's the case, it's incumbent upon you to find a job/shift that works with your parenting of your children. It's no unreasonable that your child needs day care but it may not necessarily be the best situation to have your boyfriend doing it.

This is something that you WILL have to work out with your ex husband. Regardless of ow reasonable or not reasonable he is, the question still have to be asked what would you do if you didn't HAVE a fiance?

Who would watch your child then?


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Re: custody problems [Re: BeachBabeRN]
      #666687 - 06/09/10 08:56 AM

ok my ex has a wife that he has watch our child but i cant have my fiance of 5 yrs that has 2 kids and i also have a daughter that is the sister of my ex everytime i change my job to suit my ex he brings me back in court im not being charged for daycare and my daughter has a right to be raised along with her only sibling along with the other 2 children who soon will be my step kids my ex is a control freak and hes trying to take her completely from me how is this right he can have a third party pick up my kid and i cant and how can he have a third party watch her and i cant how can i stop this in todays day and age it takes 2 to survive

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Re: custody problems [Re: mpro]
      #666833 - 06/09/10 07:40 PM

I'm sorry but I can't make heads or tails out of what you wrote.

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Re: custody problems [Re: BeachBabeRN]
      #667120 - 06/10/10 07:09 PM

get married

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Re: custody problems [Re: Fishergirl]
      #667288 - 06/11/10 11:23 AM

Who, me? I'm not yet divorced!

**LOL* JK, I know you quick replied.

That would be my advice also.


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Re: custody problems [Re: BeachBabeRN]
      #667309 - 06/11/10 01:32 PM

sorry lol my apologies it was for the original OP

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Re: custody problems [Re: mpro]
      #667817 - 06/14/10 09:09 AM

Wow, still no punctuation, which makes the details hard to read and decipher.

First, a wife is a little more stable role in a child's life than a 'fiance of 5 years that is 'soon to be' your husband'.....After 5 years, is this man honorable? That's what I'd be wondering if I was your ex.

But to narrow the facts. You have two children with two fathers and you're 'engaged' to another man. You don't have custody of at least one of your children and you work shift work. Without additional 'facts' (not opinions, like he's a control freak) about the father, it sounds like he could be more stable in her life which led to him being the custodial parent - the parent that gets to decide these things that you're complaining about for the child.

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