over night access

Clare - posted on 09/17/2013 ( 10 moms have responded )

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my ex is currently out of work and sleeping at a relatives which is over crowed and not the best environment for our daughter so i don't let him have her overnight but said he can have her during the week for the day but he only wants her on a Sunday. he has asked if he moved to shared accommodation can he have our daughter overnight and I've had said no because we won't no the people who he will live with. he is now threatening to take me to court because of this. my question is my ex aloud to have our daughter in a shared house over night.
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Amanda - posted on 09/17/2013

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have to take u to court to get there rights.unless.yall was maried when the child was born and he sighned at paternity affidavit and no matter if he pays childsupport he still has no rights my brother was not married and he pays childsupport and still can't see he kids they said he had to take her to court thanks

Amanda - posted on 09/17/2013

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You so very. Welcome and. Def I would not let her go if u think he is doing drugs bring this up in court and hes record and there is no way they will make her go I just won where my son dont have to be around.him and he.also did drugs I would not.worry at all

Clare - posted on 09/17/2013

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thank u for your response. the thing im also concerned about is he lot his job because of drugs he says he is not doing them now but how can i be sure.he use to see our daughter in week but all of a sudden he don't want her in week so im thinking he is up to something i.e got a job cash in hand or doing something he shouldn't be doing.

Jodi - posted on 09/17/2013

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Actually, what Amanda has told you is not really the truth, only opinion.

1. If he takes you to court and it can be verified that where he lives (even if shared accommodation) is of no harm to your child, then he will get time with her.

2. No house of your OWN is no reason not to grant custody (joint custody) to a parent.

The fact of the matter is, he has equal rights. Unless, of course, you have court ordered parenting orders.....

Amanda - posted on 09/17/2013

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If he has no rights nothing from court saying u have to let him then u dont have to let her go and if he takes u to court then he will have to have his own place and.a.job and if he gets a.job he can only be able to get her every other weekend and dont do joint worse thing to do I just won a.court battle 2 years ago won full custody because he had no house of his own and no job gave him 6months to do it and he didn't so I won full custody and. He has not seen him in 2 years

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