My ex girlfriend and I have 2 year old daughter that have shared split custody agreement. Recently when I go over there to pick my daughter she's has had her cell phone out shd records me the whole time I'm over there. Is this legal?
Sounds like it is time for you to get an attorney. You have rights and you want to make sure your rights do not get violated. the recording is not the main issue, there are way more important things for you to be focused on here. Good luck,
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Hi, It is legal but I urge you to talk to an attorney at once to see what can be done about this situation. The courts will often frown on video taping unless there is a good reason for it. Good luck to you.
So long as the recording is done openly, it's legal. I suspect there is much more to the story that you ought to discuss with your family law attorney.
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