I had to pick my son up the same day my grandfather died. Told the custodial parent that we had to leave and I wasn't dealing with her today because my grandfather died. She stated we didn't give 2 f**ks when her dad died we said your dad didn't die she continues to say he did so we ask when he died so she said the day after we ignored him trying to call my son. Then we say then who's staring at us through the window and she laughs and said didn't say we didn't get him back and laughs at me and my wife. Can we do anything this kind of thing happens every single time we pick the child up.
This is not really a guardianship law question. I am changing the category of your question to "Child Custody" so you will get more responses.
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Does her behavior take place in front of your son? Is she otherwise a good parent to your son when he is in her care? Depending on your son's age, you may have a couple options. If you son is old enough, he could exit the vehicle and walk to the door himself. You could seek to modify the parenting plant to arrange drop off/pick up locations at a neutral location, such as near a shopping center or the parking lot of a police station. If the mother does not agree to that, you could file to modify in court. However, the court may not see the mom's verbal taunting as a reason to change transportation. Talk to a local attorney who is familiar with your local courts about the possible outcome of such an action.
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