Is the other parent being unreasonable in fashioning a schedule which will allow the both of you to have an adequate split of time with your child?
These issues are some of the most common when a child must be shared between two homes. The best interests of the child are to have frequent and continuous contact with both parents.
Sometimes, because of health and safety reasons, a parent’s time needs to be limited until such time as the offending parent can prioritize the child above themselves.
Other times there is no reason why a parent’s time should be limited, and the other parent is simply being uncooperative. Often times, judges have to make these decisions, and how those decisions are made depends in large part upon how the evidence in your case is presented to the judge.
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