Thoughts? wrote:You need to put in wording that you both must be provided with an itinerary for any international travel at least X days ahead of time, and that neither party is allowed to take the child that is on a state department warning list.
Keeping the passport? Not sure overall circs, but by all means, if you don't ask for it, you won't get it, so ask for it. Do you have cause to fear flight risk of her? Or her the other way around? Use that if you need to.
NJ butt-dialed me a few days ago. Think she was on her other phone with her sister, where she said something to the effect of: "It was nice having you visit with (S8, S1) in Texas."
This happened a few weeks after I found out by chance, that S8 was pulled out of school for a week (I had a gut feeling and called the school to check attendance).
I informed my lawyer of that, as well as the GAL. GAL ripped NJ in a status hearing in front of judge. NJ just yawned and rolled her eyes as judge told her she could lose custody if she keeps up the alienation.
Do I update the GAL of the butt dial, that my children may have been put on a plane and take across the country?
I'm in IL.