Anchorage, AK asked in Civil Litigation and Family Law for Alaska

Q: my BM refuse to have my son at the airport because she wants everyone in the hospital with her while she is giving birth

We have a court order saying i get him for summers and every other Christmas for 3 weeks.But this year i get him for 5 weeks because she picked him up early during my summer visitation. The judge told us to figure out the dates. she said any day is fine. I told her it was going to be after my finals in school she said that is ok. after i booked the tickets she said she wont be able to make it to the airport on that date because she will b in the hospital. i told her it was ok for her bf or sister to drop him off. Everytime we go back to court the judge really doesnt do anything about it because the time for my visitation has passed. how can i be more proactive so i can see my son and if not she gets in trouble for not letting me see my son.

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Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard
  • Freeeport, FL
  • Licensed in Alaska

A: I gather she expects to give birth at the same time the child is supposed to board the plane, and no one else is "available" to bring him to the airport. If you want to be more proactive, file a motion ASAP.

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