DH and BM
were in court this past August. One of the issues BM filed a motion for was to discontinue DH's Thursday overnights with the kids (BM was moving and didn't think it was feasible). However, once in court she agreed to keep the schedule the same as long as DH can get the kids to school on Fridays. We've done that.
But now BM tells DH she's filing again to remove the Thursday visit.
There have been no changes that warrant this. She's come to DH almost every week with another complaint. All minor issues. I'd bet my paycheck she's annoyed that she has to drive so far for the exchanges. Judge didn't change that either. She's at the mercy of where DH will meet. We were (what we consider to be) fair and are driving the same distance as before the move, just in another direction (towards BM's new town).
We were JUST in court in August - and the issue of Thursday overnights was discussed, I'm assuming a judge would not be happy to hear this same issue again.
The kicker, DH and I just found out is she's able to file at no charge. She's claiming poverty. She doesn't work full time (she could if she wanted to). At this rate we'll be in court several times a year...
When calculating poverty for court filing fees, is the household income considered? She is NOT below povery if her husband's income is considered.