The mother told the school she is the primary caregiver. In order for the school to share information with me about my son they want me to ger proof from a judge. Isn't my divorce decree legal evidence that I have the same rights as the mother does as far as my child's care?
There is a difference between which of you has primary custody and who is the actual primary caregiver. If the former is what the school wants, the decree is what they would need. If they want the latter, the judge probably wouldn't know in any event.
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