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?
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.
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.