With both have 50/50 for school and health issues. He wants me to keep him informed of how she is doing in school. But I feel like he can always call and ask to meet with her teacher or do I have to keep him informed, since she only goes every other weekend with him and live with me most of the time. We already have a parent plan in place? He also wants more time now with her how does that work. Also he try's to intimidate me by texting me okay you wont let me see her that's how you want it. I feel most of the time threaten by the words he uses and way he talks to me. Can I get a restraining order??
Sorry to hear you ar having some difficulty with the coparenting relationship. Your question is a little complicated and I won't be able to answer fully because I don't have your parenting plan. Your parenting plan is a special "law" when it comes to how you and the other parent are to interact.
But there are also other laws that affect everyone: statutes (from the legislature) and other cases. In general, you do not have to keep the other parent informed of what's going on in school. The law allows each parent equal access to that information. But it can be a good idea if there is something that will happen during the other parent's time, to let him know about it. An after school activity that your daughter doesn't want to miss, for example.
It does sound like he is being emotionally manipulative. That shouldn't happen. There are some ways to stop that kind of behavior but you will want to discuss in detail and in private what is actually going on to get all your options.
Be careful about giving too much time away. Regular deviation from a parenting plan can turn into grounds to change the parenting plan and make those deviations more permanent and no longer options.
Answers do not create an attorney-client relationship. The best and only advice is to sit down with an attorney and provide a full, frank history.
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