Child visitation between TX and NC


#1

You do not have to agree to any visitation not set forth in the court order. If you do not think it is the best interests of your children to change the visitation schedule you can tell his attorney that and politely decline the offer.

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#2

I was married in TX but lived in NC for 5 out of the 7 years of marriage. I have a protective order against my ex that states I was allowed to take our 3 kids with me to TX and that he would have to pay child support according to law and that we would have a third party set up visitation with the children. He has now hired a lawyer who is asking that he consolidate his yearly visitation with the children for two weeks starting on July 24. My problems are this. I arrived in TX on May 10 and have since only received $200 of child support from him to maintain the children. Also, my kids have never been away from me for more than a couple of hours. During the marriage he would only handle the children by himself for 2-3 hours max. I do not think it is in the best interest of my children for him to have the kids in NC by himself for so long. what can i do in this situation? I’m not sure where he came up with the 2 weeks out of the year but he is very adamant about that timing. I just need some kind of guidance before I answer his attorney.

Thank you

Jeepin0625