Q: Is parent with visitation supposed to provide a separate bedroom in their home to be kept for only when child visits?
My partner is from Michigan but lives in Ohio. We have a 3 bedroom home and a 3 year old daughter. Our spare room is an office/playroom because my job requires me to have my own personal work space (I do billing and data entry from home 25-32 hours a week). Since my daughter is 3 it is half a play room so that I can work and still keep and eye on her.
My partner has a 10 year old son that resides full time with his ex in Michigan, he goes up to Michigan (per visitation order) 2 weekends a month and stays at his mothers (partners mother) home where his son is dropped off for visitation.
For a week in summer and Christmas his ex agrees to meet halfway and lets him stay at our home. She found out we turned the spare room into my office and now refuses to let him visit because we no longer have an entire spare room set aside for him. We have a spare twin bed to set up and i cosleep with our daughter. We can put the spare bed in with my partner or the office But she says it isn't legal
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