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Old 01-13-2021, 02:28 PM
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He cant fight for status quo as he is not following an existing order. If he wanted to get status quo he would have had to have you agree to him taking the child for 50/50. You have objected every time which means you are not in agreement. Let him try that argument, your counter is you have not agreed and he has been in breach every time.

If you are on the street or in a parking lot you are not trespassing so he can go fuck himself. Tell your son to come home. Hes old enough to come out and get in the car.


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Old 01-13-2021, 03:26 PM
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So paid cost for my urgent motion would be a much easier and cheaper way than having to deal with his motion to change access, then motion asking me to pay child support.
That's assuming your ex decides to play nice on his own.
More likely he continues, now with an extra couple thousand dollars.

With or without your UM, his motion to change continues.
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Old 01-13-2021, 03:31 PM
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He can�t fight for status quo as he is not following an existing order.
Fighting for status quo suggests they're not following an order.

I agree that she should just take makeup time to avoid this mess. If he's an hour or day late with drop off, she should do the same.
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Old 01-13-2021, 05:38 PM
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That's assuming your ex decides to play nice on his own.
More likely he continues, now with an extra couple thousand dollars.

With or without your UM, his motion to change continues.
You are so right on this, I received his lawyer's email that he is going to file another motion to change access. He claims he makes -$669 per year, not paying a cent for child support, yet he has money to retain a lawyer, and I have to represent myself. I should just do as you said, take makeup time, and dismiss his motion to change access because there is no material change. and ask for cost, get my couple of thousands dollars back.
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Old 01-13-2021, 06:42 PM
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His lawyer is trying to bully you into agreeing. Let him pay his lawyer for a ridiculous motion. The onus is on him to prove the change and quitting his job isnt a material change.


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Old 01-13-2021, 07:16 PM
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I should just do as you said, take makeup time, and dismiss his motion to change access because there is no material change. and ask for cost, get my couple of thousands dollars back.
Unfortunately dismissing his motion usually comes at trial, at last a year from now. Including holding off on FRO.

Hard to tell on any possible access issues, but a change to his income and support amount is very likely. Prepare to impute.
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