First, take physical custody. Then go to an attorney and talk about filing a motion in supreme court to modify the agreement.
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Take custody of your child, there are no other options, unless you don't want the child. The other things will fall into place. Contact the department of social services, they can assist you with daycare, both day and night. Take vacation from work in order to get everything in place. Speak to your attorney and ask for a conference or have your attorney make a motion to modify the custodial provisions of the agreementbased on the change in circumstances. Act fast for your child.
What do you think she means by "you won't see her again?" Do you think she means she'll take off with the child, or do you think she means to harm the child? If the latter, you may wish to consider taking custody of the child AND calling ACS. You may need to file a motion in the divorce cases to modify the settlement.
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