Q: How does a 72 hour advance notice work? Is it just for emergency or use only occionsally? Bc sometimes I can’t pick up
My 16 year old on the my visitation day due to my work schedule and the ex is saying The 72 hour advance notice does not apply its only there to use for emergencies or to be used once in awhile. So she is telling I need to pick up my child on my visitation day, it’s my responsibility and not to just pick him up when it’s convient for me. but it’s not even like that I can’t loose my job if I loose my job I can’t take care of myself and her child support will be cut if I loose my job but she just doesn’t care and sometimes I can’t pick him up bc if my hours at work. What to do? Can I keep sending an 72 hours advance notice ? Our paper work says to give a 72 hour notice if I can’t pick up my child and I’ve done that but now ex is saying I’m abusing it...I work 8am-6pm Monday- Friday I can’t just change my work schudele with out a plenty which is getting fired....
A: You should pick your child up on your visitation day. It's not fair to her that you repeatedly forgo your parenting time. Adjust your work schedule or make child care arrangements.
Homer P Jordan IV agrees with this answer
A: I agree with my colleague, you should adjust your work schedule so that you can meet the visitation day/time. You could also consult with an attorney who can review the facts in detail and let you know if you could file for a modification to the order. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
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