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#1

Dear Justprettynpink:

Greetings. I want you to know that many people are embarrassed by their spouse’s desire to publicly display the marital problems through their children. It is just not right.

Now, you can ask and should continue to ask. Put your questions in a written format and make your attorney help you. Keep a copy of everything, so that he has to answer for his bull-headed ways. Bottom line is that you may have to wait for the judge to make a decision. Best of luck!

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney at Law
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 500
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
NCDivorce.com
919-787-6668

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#2

Thanks you so much for your time…

Just to refresh you on the situation. We have joint custody with him as primary. He has just moved. Post divorce custody court date is approaching.

I asked him when we were going to enroll the children in school and told him I wanted to be there. If he enrolls them without me there(and not letting me know that he did it) what rights do I have? Can I ask to see the forms he filled out and add or make any corrections? If I have the children after school can I determine whether they ride a bus or get picked up? How do you feel the court would view his actions? I have proof that I made that request.

I have been involved and will stay involved with my childrens education (I’m an educator). I hate that everything is a control battle and now others(the school) will know it.

Thanks again for your time!