joint agreement, I am primary custodian. Married to a different women and have our own child. Is there a way she can get my parenting time with my son?
She cannot legally get your parenting time with your son without a valid court order or your agreement. If there is something in particular that concerns you, this is best discussed with a family law attorney. If she alleged that your environment was endangering your son, she could keep him from you for up to 14 days pending a hearing. [See C.R.S. 14-10-129(4)].
Mr. Littman is right on point. Why do you fear that your wife is going to get your parenting time when you have a joint agreement to the contrary?
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