help on child exchange with divorced parents

Laurie - posted on 08/09/2012 ( 2 moms have responded )

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My husband and I are to pick our grandson up on Sunday in Millsboro DE between 11:30-12pm. This was the agreement made between his parents who are divorced and both in the service and live in different states. Our daughter is moving back to PA shortly and will be living with us so our grandson will be starting school this year. He has been on summer vacation with his dad and now is to come up with us and start school. I know you can call the police if his dad doesn't show up to give him to us. Like putting an APB for an abduction. He is always playing these games with my daughter like not showing up for hours, not answering his phone, etc. I'm trying to find out what to do when and if he doesn't show up. I'm thinking the only one who could call the police is our daughter and she is in WA state. This will all go down in DE. His dad is from VA and we are coming from PA. We have bent back words for this guy. Each time he says he is going to do something and then right before it happens he changes what he is going to do and my daughter tries not to make any more of a mess of things He has to be stopped. He is $10,000 back on child support and his wages are finally being garnished plus arrears. Now we still have to deal with his ignorants on share custody. I think its gonna be a mess. Any ideas?????

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Laurie - posted on 08/10/2012

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It is in writing from the courts. No specific time or dates but its agreed in the courts he has him for summer and then he is to return him a week or two before school starts at an agreed location. He agreed to the location. It is exactly half way. The child has an assessment appointment next week to enter kindergarten. His dad didn't even want him to do that. He always changes things at the last moment, he has to always have the last word. Our daughter even told him if he agrees to letting him take this assessment test that she would give him extra visitations

Michelle - posted on 08/09/2012

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unfortunately you go to the pick up point and wait for the little boy, unless it is in writing legally that he has to hand over the child on a specific date at a specific time there isn't a whole lot you can do, he has every right to be with the child as much as his mother. As much as you don't like it his mother will have to make any calls to the police and make sure the child is returned if he is a no show.

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