I have 50/50 legal custody of my two children. In my court order it states I am allowed to obtain all records according to my kids. I tried to get a copy of my sons speech therapy attendance records and my daughters school attendance records but the mother told both offices not to give me a copy. She signed my son up for t-ball against his wishes and mine. I do not have any set visitation, but in our order is states the children are to engage in family functions, and the weekend the mother usually lets me see the kids, I planned for the kids sibling's baby shower but she isn't allowing the kids to come because she is going to a friends wedding.
It sounds as if you need to file a motion to enforce with the court and also to revise some of the language in the agreement so there is a definite schedule. You should contact a family law attorney to represent you when filing the motion. The attorney will know the language that needs to be put in the agreement so you hopefully will not have the same problems.
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In addition to my colleague's good advice, I suggest that the school and speech therapist should be able to give you copies of the records you seek if you sow them the order which gives you shared legal custody. Regardless, though, the terms of your order are too loose. You need a more precise, detailed order.
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