Visitation laws


#1

let that child visit with her Father


#2

I would have to agree. You have primary physical custody which means that the child resides with you the majority of the time. It does not specify visitations because it is probably assumed that you would not keep the child away from the father. If the travel situation is what is bothering you then you should discuss this with the father and see if there is an alternate arrangement such as meeting halfway for dropoffs and pick ups.
I would think that the various weekends should be when the child is out of school for vacation days or extended weekends so getting back home in time for school should not be an issue. Rearranging schedules is part of any visitations, and especially if one parent lives out of state. It should not mean that the child does not get to visit that parent.


#3

Is the issue that you don’t want her to fly stand by or that you don’t want her to fly alone at all? Does your daughter have any special physical, educational or emotional problems?

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#4

what is the law for the father wanting the child whom resides in north carolina with the mother she is 10 yrs and mom has primary custody the father has been living in texas for 5 yrs. Father wants child to fly to texas to visit 2 wks in summer and on various weekends. He wants her to fly stand by each time and unacompanied minor sometimes and sometimes he would fly with her there and back.
As the mother I dont thinks its a stable envireoment for the child cause of her age and flying alone, along with the stand by issue she cant be in a situation where she cant be back home in time for school or me having to drive out of city to pick her up at odd times.
There is a custody order north carolina order stating i have primary custody but nothing in it specifies visitation especially out of the state.
the father is pressing the issue of taking me to court. I dont want that but need to know what he can do as far as legally pursuing the issue.