When letting my son in law have the kids for his visits he will send his new wife to get them instead of getting them himself.

Asked over 1 year ago - Ironton, MO

he has been behind in support and has not had insurance on them, they kids don't want to go but are being force by him to go , do we let his wife pick them up or should it be him

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  1. Catherine Earnshaw-Hobbs

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    Answered . Unless the court's order restricts the wife from picking up the children, she can pick them up for the visit.

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  2. M. Todd Miller

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    Answered . This is one of those unfortunate results of divorce. Allow the person to pick up the children unless your order prohibits the same.

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