While technically with both of you having legal custody each can act independently of the other, I would suggest that you get father's input first. If you cannot agree, then you could go to the court to get an order allowing it to happen. These days many doctors will not act without the permission of both parents or a court order. Even though technically you COULD act without his input, your relationship will probably be better if you check in first. You wouldn't want him doing the same thing on other issues without checking with you.
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I wholeheartedly agree with Ms. Estes advice. Try working this out with the father first. If that fails you may have to consider going to court.Ask a similar question
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