He has not been consistent in his visitation; he has not been consistent in his phone calls to her; he doesn’t write letters on a routine basis; and, all of the other things that mother was concerned about still exist. There’s no evidence that her concerns are not legitimate. Given that, I’m not going to modify this order. There are a million things I would like to do to tweak it. I can’t even get to best interest, though. I can’t –******* there’s a new case that just came out******* and Mr. Souza, Ms. Rouzelle can explain that to you that says I can’t even tweak. I can’t say face time. I can’t say sisters can provide visitation. I cannot do anything without a substantial change in circumstance affecting the welfare of the minor child.
Does anyone know what the new case is that just came out?
What case ruling is the judge making reference to?