Parental Rights & Obligations

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Question: the father of my child does not want to drive both ways to pick up his son for visits- can I be forced by courts to drive oneway?

Answer: There are a lot of factors that go into those decisions that are made by the judge. If the judge adds that to the custody order, then you could be in contempt of court for violating the agreement. If its not in the court agreement, then the answer is no. Most of the decisions boil down to what is in the best interest of the child.

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  • the father of my child does not want to drive both ways to pick up his son for visits- can I be forced by courts to drive oneway?

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