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The only visitation according to the court order states "Father is granted rights of reasonable visitation as agreed upon." There is no parenting plan. I am active duty military and we do not live in the same state. The father is insitent that I send our son to his home for the entire summer from the day school is out until the day before he returns to school. This is a constant battle. I have never denied him of visiting our son; however, according to him "I call the shots" as far as visitation. As far as I know I do not have to meet his demands. Our son didn't meet his father until he was two years old. He never stayed with him until he was four years old. He is now about to turn nine and his father is saying he is going to take me to court so that he can get our son for the times he feels he should have. Do I have to send our son out of state for the summer and whenever his father wants to see him? The court order is very vauge as to what I am required to do, and I want to do what is right and fair for our son.
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