What should i do. ?
2 attorney answers
There is no violation if a parent fails to exercise visitation. However, you can file a petition for sole custody, if he is not co-parenting with you. You can also file a violation petition for the child support arrears. Good luck.
I practice family law in Ohio. If you were here, I would suggest that you file a motion to modify parenting time and also Motions to Show Cause for his violation in parenting time and also child support. Even if you had "full custody" or what we call sole custody here, the other parent would have parenting time. Modfiying parenting time is far easier than modifying custody.
You need to file soon as he is now attempting to exercise his parenting time. If you do not file and refuse to tender the child, you are violating a Court order and subject to penalties. As to your pregnancy, the Court will permit continuances as needed to accommodate your health.