I have joint decision making for childcare, my ex pulled our son out of a daycare we already agreed on and put him in another one without telling me. I disagree with this daycare, its not licensed and they will not provide me any information. Its also extremely expensive and i cant afford it. Doesnt this have to go through the dispute resolution process?
Joint decision making will usually apply to daycare decisions. If dispute resolution is included in your parenting plan, then yes - you should contact a dispute resolution provider and contact your ex about your request as outlined in your parenting plan.
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