I have text messages of him calling me names and swearing. How can I get drop off at safe location. We have an agreement from years ago that says no third party permitted to drop off or pick up
If you don't have money for an attorney, you can file in your local domestic relations court yourself to try and modify the shared parenting plan.
That being said, you really should get an attorney for something like this if the other side has one. Many attorneys are willing to work with you on fees. Contact a few, explain your situation, and get pricing information.
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