Q: could i file for temporary immediate custody if the other parent is now following the parenting plan? joint custody file
the plan states to do breast milk and if needed formula but i have text proof that we agreed on only breast milk, and formula if he ever ran out. he refused to take the breast milk for this week and is all of a sudden switching the child to formula, which is not good for my child's stomach. we have joint custody and the parenting plan already filed. i am also attempting to find an attorney to help me file and fight for permanent sole custody but would like temporary sole custody now so she can stop consuming formula. on the subject of attempting to get permanent sole custody, i have a list of things i would be able to use against him in court. i just need help
A: It isn't clear whether the parenting plan you refer to is something that is already ordered by the court or just something you two agreed to informally. When a child is young and still nursing typically the court doesn't order over night visits with the other parent but rather just short day visits that allow the mother to continue to breast feed. If you want full custody you should have asked for this in the beginning. Definitely go and see and Attorney and get help establishing custody.
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