My ex husband had his license suspended due to his failure to pay child support. We don't have a court ordered visitation schedule but he usually picks him up every weekend.
You do not have to break the law for his convenience. Nor do you have to allow your child to be involved with his breaking of the law.
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You do not have to allow your son to be in a car with an unlicensed driver, especially if there is not court ordered timesharing.
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Q: Am I within my rights to not allow my son into a car with an unlicensed driver?
You may get called into family court for interfering with time sharing but if what you have proffered is true then you have a solid defense. In fact, as you don;t have a formal agreement you might wish to speak to a family lawyer about getting one. Now would be a good time.
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