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The Father is married and was trying to get 50/50.. but has learned this would be a pointless battle. In the 2 months of visitation the Father is constantly late, constantly trying to reschedule or cancel just because. He has been to one Dr. appt out of 6 offered. He will not attend any visits unless his wife can come and her schedule works with it too (of his own admission) all because of a promise he made to not be alone with me. Mind you I was the one to break up with him and the visits were always in a public area.
Temp orders were just made stating that the wife would not attend the visits and because of this he has informed his atty that he will not be seeing his son for over a month now until we go to mediation. Given this & other things would I stand a chance getting sole custody?ETA- the wife was not to come to the visits any longer due to the fact that the baby was not bonding with the Father but only with his wife to the point that the few times the Father tried to interact with him the baby would either look away to his wife instead or would simply cry and scream. I have e-mail documentation of him willfully not seeing his son for 1 month until mediation because of his wife.
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