I would suggest you hire an attorney for this issue. You would need to bring up ALL relevant information, including supporting documentation you have of father's limitations. Maybe you could appease father by offering him skype contact with the minor child a few times a week? I wish you the best of luck.
Divorces cannot be granted until 90 days after service of the Divorce Complaint. So yes, the date can affect things, especially if you attempted to file the Waiver and Affidavit too soon after the date of service listed.
You should have a consultation with an experienced family law attorney to go over your unique situation. By conducting a full analysis or your situation, the attorney can let you know what your chances are.
I would consult an attorney about this situation. There are a variety of options, such as calling the police and having the police examine him before handing over your child, petitioning the court for random drug tests, taking a witness with you to exchanges, etc. You should fully discuss your situation with an attorney to see which option is best for you, given all the facts of your particular case.
You should have a right to some sort of visitation or partial custody of your grandson, provided that such relationship would not interfere with his parent-child relationship. I would suggest you consult with an attorney and plan on filing a motion to join in an already existing custody action, or initiate one.
Typically, the rule of thumb usually is if your daughter is staying somewhere away from home for an overnight or two, you should provide him with the place and contact information for your daughter. Regarding field trips, you should provide him the information. However, I don't think it's necessary to give him a play by play of what she is doing every single day. Maybe notifying him once a week about what she's been doing would be good.
Additionally, please note that shared legal custody (...