Custody agreement states III have her through the week and him every other weekend. I have a 50B on him now but in order it doesn't stop him from going on school premises, but he is trying to remove her from school everyday without my permission. Can he do this and how can I stop him? School is saying that because he is on birth certificate, I need an order to remove him from picking her up. What is my next step?
It would be best to have an attorney review your order and provide advice on what to do. The first question is why is he doing this; does he just want to see the child until you are off work? Is it to get the child earlier than he would normally (say, after work?) or to keep the child from you? If father's custody periods are detailed in the Agreement then, the school should allow him to visit the child at lunch, attend class events where parents are welcome, but not remove the child. If the school is requiring an order. File a lawsuit for to enforce the Agreement and the court should order he obey the Agreement and your attorney can word the order so it will satisfy the school. Or, you can just file a suit for custody. As above you should consult with a local family law attorney to provide more detail and obtain more detailed advice
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