I live in OH with my child. My ex-husband lives in NC, where we divorced. The child is 15 1/2, and travels by plane to see him. One of my conditions, although not in the custody agreement, is that she has a direct flight to and from. He tried making her do a connecting flight when she had just turned 14, but I put my foot down. Now he’s trying it again. I told him I didn’t like it, but if she was comfortable with it, I wouldn’t stop her. She has told me several times she is scared. She would be flying to DC, where she is not familiar with the terminal at all. He has emailed me twice this week, assuming I am the one stopping her from going. She is stalling him because she is scared. Tonight he basically threatened to sue me if she doesn’t go. Although it’s not in our agreement, I have let her go every spring break because we don’t ever have plans. I checked, and this is his year, so I can’t even argue that. I don’t want to force her to go if she isn’t comfortable.
My question is do I have to make her go? What happens to me if she doesn’t? Thanks.