Spitefull wife


#1

Dear craig:

Greetings. Yes, I would pursue this time. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
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Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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#2

hi, I have asked my wife since jan.9, for me to be able to pick my son up on thurs. evening when I get off from work since I am already halfway to where he is at her moms house. that way it would cut my driving time in half rather than going home and then getting up on friday morning and having to go all the way over there again. plus having that extra night with my son. she has refused every week I ask. right now I have friday-sunday 2nights 3days. she has used every excuse in the book as to why she declines this. Except for the fact of cs when I asked was that the reason and she hung up on me. I am left maintaining the house and all that goes with it. she left on her own decision. she now lives with her mom where there house is paid for plus her moms income. she makes about $12,000 to $15,000 more than me a year. I have been told to keep requesting my son on thursdays and when she declines to let me have him to document it.because other than cs there is no other reason as to why I could not have my son that 1 extra night giving me a total of 3 nights 3 days a week . what other course of action is best in a situation of this sort. both parents are fit to have joint physical custody of our son who is 4 would it be logical to pursue that type of custody?