Having issues with husband's ex visiting daycare excessively. we have primary custody. And she is given periods of possession every Thursday overnight and the 1st, 3rd, and 5th weekend of every month. We have a standard custody agreement. The daycare said they cannot do anything about it because the papers state she has the right to be informed and attend school functions at a primary or secondary school to which the child is enrolled. Our oldest is enrolled in an actual public elementary school so we know there is no stopping her from visiting there. We enrolled our youngest in daycare to better his learning abilities and social skills before he starts kindergarten in a few years. When she shows up, she disrupts his routine and he becomes extremely upset. We have asked her to stop doing this and she can see him on the Thursday's and every other weekend the papers state. She refuses. My husband and I are the ones who placed him in the daycare and pay the weekly tuition.
A daycare is a facility that a person with possessory rights have a right to visit. But if problems are occurring, you have a right to Motion to Modify the decree to make certain changes to avoid disturbance to the day care facility.
Texas Family Code
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Daycare is not school. Talk to a lawyer in person about your concerns.
Ms. Laster practices in Dalla
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