If there is anything in your Parenting Agreement calling for a Parenting Coordinator you can get in touch with that person. Or you could see if the father is willing to discuss this with a mediator. Otherwise it is hard to say without reading your Parenting Agreement or Parenting Orders, and given this came up due to you having to travel I am unsure how sympathetic the Court might be. Going forward you might want to learn about Parenting Coordinators if you don't already have one and consider that for quick turn-around decisions.
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You an seek a parenting coordinator or go back to court and make new orders asking that he drop the child off at school, if he wants the visits, he can arrange his schedule accordingly you have a life too. take care and don't let him push you around.
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Both attorneys provided excellent answers. From a practical point of view, you might look into a child care service to bring your child to school and then ask the Court to allocate these expenses. Good luck.
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