My ex husband lives in Louisiana. I live in Pennsylvania with our 13 year old son. My son is scheduled to visit ex husband in LA this summer. Ex husband has moved but will not provide a residential address where my son will be for the summer.
Yes, you do. You're entitled to know where he'll be staying.
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There is no Q that you are entitled to know. So the real Q is what will you do with such a response
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I agree with my colleagues. You have an absolute right to know where your child will be during Father's periods of custody. There may even be language in your custody order (if you have one) that states that the parents must keep each other informed of such information.
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