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Father's Issues / Frustrated
« on: Sep 03, 2005, 03:41:00 PM »
Ex is keeping from my daughter.  Now she is being blatent about it.  I am getting extremely frustrated.  I don't know what to do know.  I call at least 3 times aweek, which isn't very easy since I work nights.  I send at least one e-mail a day.  She doesn't call back, she doesn;t respond.  
I am keeping what records I can.  I leave messages so that it will all record on the phone bills.  I would have to supena her's though since I can;t get them from work.  I save copies all all my e-mails and e-cards I send.  I am going to start sending the letter of denial, changed over to fit the phone calls.
I plan to go to court soon, but not sure how we can get the ex to follow through the court order.

I'm sorry, I tried to read through the pamphlet, but sometimes I can;t comprhend as well reading on the computer.  What is it trying to say?

Father's Issues / RE: To anyone who flys their child(re)
« on: Jul 07, 2005, 03:30:50 PM »
We fly AA, it's the only one that does direct flights, but going to court to change this(we want the option of a stop-over), and we pay $80 per one way.  I pay the ticket and the minor fee seperately.  I go to the airport to pay the minor fee and it's not a problem as long as it's paid before SD gets on the flight.

Father's Issues / RE: Military R&R Visitation - Any Ideas?
« on: Jul 07, 2005, 03:25:31 PM »
Get a new lawyer, one who understands alittle about the military.  Immediately start filings for a modificatation of visitation.  My husband just got out.  I keep visitations active even if he was gone.  BUT in this case, you need to update because of the Iraq issue.

You should be allowed to keep the visitation schedule as written, regardless of DH being in the country or not.  Then SS is with you regardless of where your DH is.  This may avert some of your future problems.  Before I married my DH, his parents had visitation for him.  Ex didn't like it, but he was overseas for 2 years and on a ship, he did the best he could.

Father's Issues / RE: Good Father being rail roaded....
« on: Jun 21, 2005, 03:49:55 PM »
I would immediately find another attorney.  After this long, you know this one will not work out.  Documenting is EVERYTHING.  It sounds like you are doing a good job at that.  Write out exactly what you want.  What visitation you want, what support is fair to be paid(that you can figure)  ANYTHING you give her needs to be clearly notated as to Child Support or Alimony, etc.  Big letters and make sure the checks have the duplicate back and it shows through clearly.  Get copies of the cancelled checks.

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