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    As everyone has said he will have to do mediation first.. its now a requirement before you can hit court (except in really extreme circumstances).
    If she doesn't respond to mediation he will get a certificate 601 (i think thats its name) to enable him to proceed to court.
    If she does respond to & attend mediation & they make a parenting plan get him to take them to a lawyer & made into consent orders so they are legally binding.

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    Sounds a bit contradictory. She's not preventing him from seeing their son. Has no qualms in overnights...

    Has he specified what he wants directly, or has he been a little too subtle maybe? It's hard to retain all the details of a conversation when you're doing it all on your own.

    How would she react to some suggested calendars on paper to start with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izy View Post
    Sounds a bit contradictory. She's not preventing him from seeing their son. Has no qualms in overnights...

    Has he specified what he wants directly, or has he been a little too subtle maybe? It's hard to retain all the details of a conversation when you're doing it all on your own.

    How would she react to some suggested calendars on paper to start with?
    Sound like he want something more structured and firm rather than when she says it is ok. Op mentioned that he has to ask her everytime.

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    It may not have come out right in my post, but to be honest I wouldn't offer my son up either. I would have to know that he is WANTED and that meant my ex having to ask to have him.

    I also know that some people just don't get subtle EVER (ex hubby case and point lol).

    Perhaps doing a calendar, and offering it in person with a 'I was wondering if you might consider this so that we can build more of a regular routine for our daughter. I based it on what U think suits me and our LO, so I know it might need some tweaking to better suit all three of us.'

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    how does she know he's thinking about court?


 

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