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Posted over 3 years ago.

We currently have an order stating that he is not to have guns around the child due to a CPS report for "accidentally" shooting the child in the head, because he "did not know it was loaded". He has also had past Domestic Batteries, but has some how found a loop hole to where he can still have a gun. However, he is trying to fight this. Is there anything related to having Sole Legal Custody that Hunting is a part of his upbrining?

Larry David Stassin
Larry David Stassin, Child Custody Lawyer - Dyer, IN
Posted over 3 years ago.

Undef those circumstances I believe you are well within your rights to disallow this activity. if he insists, take it to court, the safety of your child may be in issue. l Legal custody means he only has input into major issues such as religion, education and medical treatment. it has nothing to do with hunting.

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Posted over 3 years ago.

He only has parenting time. He does not share any form of custody. I just thought that given the circumstances, and that I have full legal and physical custody that I should have a say in it as far as the court is involved.