Q: My ex doesn't want to send my daughter with me over summer vacation from FL. We signed an agreement. What can I do?
We signed an agreement when she decided to move from PR over to Florida at her lawyers office. The agreement established the pension I send her, it established my approval to move to Florida and my rights to have my daughter 1 month over summer vacation. She came during Christmas break as a surprise and allowed me to spend time with her for what I'm a very grateful. Now she says she doesn't have to send my daughter. At first my daughter, soon to be 7 in May, agreed to come now she says she won't because she is too little and that she won't come without her mother. I've tried talking to her mother and she just says she's not gonna send her and that if she comes herself to PR she is going to make me pay more pension and have me pay a private school she has our daughter in. She insists that shes not gonna allow me to have my daughter come even if I travel with her. She says I'm the one who should go visit her. I work and have another son I really wish to make memories with them together.
A: For all you state, you have the right to enforce all you have settled with you daughter's mother.
You have right of visitation and spend time with her as the agreement signed. If she doesn't comply, you can require her through Court in Puerto Rico and a judge may order her to comply with the agreement.
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