You definitely need to hire an attorney to bring all these things to the court's attention. First, he has violated the parenting plan by enrolling her in a different school than last year without talking to you first and the two of you agreeing. That would be a motion for show cause re contempt. Next, you need to ask to modify the parenting plan to reduce his time because he is not exercising it, his mother is. You need to show the court his instability by his moves (did he file and serve you with Notices of Intent to Relocate when he moved--I will guess he did not. You need to bring the issue of his suicide attempt to the court because this is behavior that put your kids at risk. I had a client try that during the middle of the case and her husband got primary custody, even though she went through inpatient and outpatient treatment. The judge told her he was proud of her and that is why she got unsupervised parenting time, but he said, because of her choices, that was why she was not named the primary residential parent. Good luck!
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