Thread: I am not ready
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Old 08-23-2019, 02:38 PM
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Do you have an agreement outlining parenting time?

If yes, are you currently receiving said parenting time in the agreement?

If yes, has there been a material change in circumstances that warrants a change to parenting time?

If no, you canít change what was agreed to or force the other parent to agree. Sure you can say ďour agreement says Ďand any additional time as agreed toí which is what I want to doĒ but the issue is the other parent can say no. They can say the sky is blue and thats my reason. You have an agreement, you are following it. You listened to child and went through the process to request it and the answer is no. Your ex doesnít have to have a reason other than this is what we agreed to. Maybe itís about money, maybe itís alienation, maybe itís no other reason than they like it this way. The bottom line is you have an agreement and that is what is to be followed.

You can go and debate in another thread about why you didnít agree to more time or stepped up time or whatever time necessary.
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