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  • Child Custody on 48s?????

    So it utterly kills me that I even have to ask this question. But I am in need of having to figure it out.

    How do you work child custody out when working 48/96s and being able to have the most time with your child?
    RIP Hela

    "You have to do better then your best."
    BUD's instuctor Class 234


    "A man who won't die for something is not fit to live."
    Martin Luther King, Jr

  • #2
    understanding ex?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by fire5555 View Post
      understanding ex?
      She has some ups and downs. After I think we have everything figured out. I'm told I am wrong and that was never the case.

      I felt we could get it worked out now I am not so sure.
      RIP Hela

      "You have to do better then your best."
      BUD's instuctor Class 234


      "A man who won't die for something is not fit to live."
      Martin Luther King, Jr

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      • #4
        should have asked if court ordered visatiation is in place???

        And if so, your attorney should have taken your work schedule, when he suggested the set up, and not just use the normal eight hour working day set up

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        • #5
          Originally posted by fire5555 View Post
          should have asked if court ordered visatiation is in place???

          And if so, your attorney should have taken your work schedule, when he suggested the set up, and not just use the normal eight hour working day set up

          None of that has even been done or actually discussed until this weekend we were still working on things or so I felt we were. She will tell you I'm wrong but that's a whole other thing.

          I am consulting an attorney tomorrow.

          I just honestly don't even have an idea of how its going to with my schedule. Outside of losing more time with my daughter because of having to work when its my turn to take her. Only thing I can possible thing of is always shift trading.
          RIP Hela

          "You have to do better then your best."
          BUD's instuctor Class 234


          "A man who won't die for something is not fit to live."
          Martin Luther King, Jr

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          • #6
            does the ex work monday - friday???

            if so looks like you could have your daughter on the days you are off.

            Hate to say it, but if the split is for sure and no getting back, court order is the way to go.

            Let the attorney know your schedule and what you are trying to do. And if the ex is working looks like the every other week end would have to be kept, just kind of messes up if you are off on the weekend.


            just keep the ex happy no matter "what" and should be the way for full access to your daughter. Went through it with a grandson, the bio mom had to be kept happy.

            can I ask how old?

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            • #7
              Yup she is Monday-Friday. While we were working things out and were separated me watching her during the days I was off was fine until she said she needed a consist schedule. She now she is in day care three days a week and with the Ex's mom 2 days a week. I don't like the idea of her being in day care when I can watch her but I have been trying to make her happy so we could work things out. I don't know what changed but being I got full on kicked out the house were renting from her parents over the weekend. Just out of the blue. I am pretty sure its fully done now. Which sucks I hate the idea of being a part-time parent. But the ex doesn't see that. My daughter is 4 months old.
              RIP Hela

              "You have to do better then your best."
              BUD's instuctor Class 234


              "A man who won't die for something is not fit to live."
              Martin Luther King, Jr

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              • #8
                File for divorce. Also you need an attorney to file a motion in court for visitation. Ask the attorney about right of first refusal when it pertains to spending time with the child. With the 48/96, you may be able to work it out in court that you have the child three days and then the mother has the child for three days. Once the motion has been granted, it will be more difficult for the mother to change the schedule.
                Last edited by ZugZug; 04-22-2015, 03:14 PM.

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                • #9
                  File for divorce. Also you need an attorney who will help you out. I found about a lawyer Bechara Tarabay on the internet. A good lawyer will sort your issues.

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