As of right now, who has the passport??trappeddad wrote:No mention on the handling of our son's passport.
Do not renew the passport.trappeddad wrote:the old passport expired
On a scale of 1 to 10, getting a decree modification ranks around an 8+. Even on a good day, modifications are very difficult to get.trappeddad wrote:I am required to wait another year+ to ask for a modification.....
Unless you give in, this will not happen.trappeddad wrote:My ex wants to manage the passport at her whim
If your decree is silent on these issues means NJ calls the shots.trappeddad wrote:Since the judge never ruled on these items.....
Trevor wrote:I'm guessing the items you listed are covered in existing terms. For example, most courts don't need to split out medical, dental, vision, and mental - it's health care. If the language isn't explicit around these things and grants her tie breaker, then I would assume where the court is silent it implies she gets the tie breaker on disagreements. What exactly is the language?
Tom Kirkpatrick wrote:Do not renew the passport.trappeddad wrote:the old passport expired
Q's: In specific terms, what is your current parenting plan?? Who wrote the decree?? Did you settle out of court??.....or did the judge make a formal ruling from the bench??
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