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Old 05-17-2013, 01:59 AM   #11
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Also, there are phone call recording apps for smart phones. Look into the legality of them.

Even if they're not allowed in court, you can use it to help you remember the conversation later to take handwritten notes on. They aren't going to try to prove the abilities of your memory...

Yet, in my case too, those recorded phone calls were completely legal, even though my ex didn't have a clue until we brought it up during trial that we had them. Oh, her lawyer tried to object, but the law was very clear on the matter. In MS, you can't record other people's phone calls... but you can record your own conversations, even if the other participating party has no clue.

Try to get communications from her in writing too, via text or her personal email.

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My other concern is will she try to knitpick EVERYTHING I do with my daughter and try this tactic again!!!
Oh she's going to. She already has been...
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you need to request mediation so you can get scheduled visitations then she will have no ground to stand on,my wife and i have been going through this for five years now with our niece we still have her in our custody but only after fighting the courts and her p.o.s. mom.

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If she withholds the child from your COURT ORDERED visitation (in Texas) she has comitted a Felony. She has a right to her religioous beliefs just as you do. You have JOINT custody. It is NOT her way or the highway. She cannot dictate what LEGAL activities occur at your house.

It is going to cost you some money to get it settled. Even then it will likely come up again (and again). Religious fervor is like that.

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Be careful.
Our Bar memberships on this forum have all expired.
Free legal advice, and all that jazz........

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I strongly suggest you talk with an attorney; you might consider start building a case to award you primary custody. But the burden of evidence to change an existing custody order is high, and you need to start getting your ducks in a row.

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I email every single thing to ourselves so that the documentation is dated and time stamped. When we give her letters with visitation requests, I email that too. We have already been to mediation twice. She plays the victim role very very well but we have info in our pocket that will prove her to be a liar shoukd we ever need to go to court again. Our lawyer said to save it....problem is he is now $350 per hour!!!

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I email every single thing to ourselves so that the documentation is dated and time stamped. When we give her letters with visitation requests, I email that too. We have already been to mediation twice. She plays the victim role very very well but we have info in our pocket that will prove her to be a liar shoukd we ever need to go to court again. Our lawyer said to save it....problem is he is now $350 per hour!!!
there is no visitation order signed by a judge?
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...My daughter was 11 when I got a divorce, spent 2 yrs in court trying to get "just visitations". She turns 18 in Dec. and I havent seen her since she was 11.
Good luck! Keep us posted!
Wow. That's just insane. How was that justified!?
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there is no visitation order signed by a judge?
Yes, it says to use the Indiana parenting guidelines.
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