– from Maria K. from Shorewood, WI
We currently have a parenting plan in place that works quite well. Both of us adhere to what was agreed upon and that isn’t my exact cause for concern. My concern is about the safety of my son when my child is alone with his father. It isn’t an abusive situation or anything along those lines. But on multiple occasions the father has picked up my son and didn’t have a car sear for him in the car. On a different occasion my son had a bump on his head and it was just from my kid falling when the father wasn’t in the room. I know that these instances are not malicious; he is just new to being a parent. I don’t want to take away his rights; I just want him to be more responsible when it comes to caring for our child. Can I just refuse his visitation plan if he is picking up our son and I notice he doesn’t have the car seat with him?
Family Law Attorney