Can I appeal for more parenting time if I feel the current arrangement is not in my child's best interest?
2 attorney answers
If the divorce decree was recent and you agreed to the current schedule, there isn't much you can do right now. If time has passed and your child was with you more than the schedule set forth in your divorce decree, then you may be able to motion the court for parenting time assistance. It would be beneficial for you to consult with a family law attorney.
You could motion for parenting time assistance; this probably requires a mediation first.
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