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What if there is a visitation order for the non-custodial parent and they do not adhere to it....
Such as a weekly visit on their off weekends and are continuously cancelling, because they say their schedule does not allow without consideriation for their child or the custodial parents schedule. If they are not adhering to their court ordered visitation why is it that there is nothing the custodial parent can do and the court allows this inconsistency in the childs schedule with no regard on how it is affecting the child. As a custodial parent I find it very interesting that there is nothing that I can do to protect my child from that, but yet if I try to do something about it legally then
I have been through a similar thing myself, and its very upsetting seeing your child being constantly let down, but all you can do as a parent is be there to comfort your child, and as your child gets older they will know it is you who has always been their for them, and will make their own mind up about the parent who continuely lets them down.
This is a common thing with many custodial parents... I mean honestly. Do you want your child around this person who can't make time in their life for them and keeps canceling....
I wouldn't. Personally at a point just moving your child away from them may be the best instead of hurting their feelings with these canceled visits. I know it seems important for the other parent to be around...but at the cost of your childs emotions... Your child will be fine with time. I know my daughters haven't seen their father in over a year. They are doing wonderful. I was tired of breaking their hearts over his faulse promises, so I just moved them away from him. The sad part he doesn't even try to reach out to them
by milleramanda535 years ago
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