How is he "trying to make you use them full time?" I would get a letter from the dr. and send it to your ex and to the school that the eyeglasses are for school and homework only. If the doctor suggests that using them full time would cause damage to your daughter's eyes, then you can file something in court. Some parents choose to let their children wear eyeglasses full time to minimize the possiblity of loss!
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You really have no basis for a lawsuit. I agree with Attorney Carpenter that you should obtain a letter from the optometrist as to what he recommends for usage of your daughter's glasses. Send a copy to your former spouse, and keep one yourself. You can choose to ignore his requests that your child wear them full-time, and not engage in the back and forth. He has no ability to "make" you have your daughter wear them full-time, particularly if you are following the guidelines of the eye doctor. The less you engage with him, the less opportunity there will be for conflict. Keep communication, civil, business-like and child focused. Good luck.
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