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The non custodial parent has never shown much interest in making legal decisions in regards to our child. About 1 1/2 years ago, NCP signed a stipulation that I would be awarded full legal custody. Now that I am taking NCP back to court to ask for supervised visitation, they are claiming I "tricked them" into signing this stipulation (this whole legal custody issue really has nothing to do with the current issue before the court, I think they are just complaining to complain). I am pretty sure I did everything by the books (used a notary public, filed the stipulation with the court, served a copy onto NCP once completed), so is there any merit to this complaint? Will they just appear petty?
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