My husband has been in a custody battle with his ex regarding their 3 year old daughter. We relocated to Idaho from California in August 2019 do to a promotion and a work transfer. We gave her notification and she presented him with a new custody/visitation schedule which doesn't work because it requires him to miss work to do the exchange. She has refused any compromise. They share joint/legal custody. She has primary physical. He has not seen his daughter since we moved because she refuses to do the exchange on the weekends even though she doesn't work. He filed paperwork with the court to change the schedule. He has also sent a copy to her attorney. Once her attorney received the paperwork he was then told she wasn't her attorney anymore. Does he now have to pay to have it returned to him and then pay again to send it directly to his ex or should she be responsible to go pick it up from there since she never notified him of the change? The child resides in Riverside County, California and that is also where her attorneys office is located.
If I were you, I would mail the papers to the residence address and ask the attorney if he or she would kindly send the papers to his or her former client.
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If it has been more than months since your judgment she should be served personaly but send it registered mail to her address and ask attorney to forward to his former client
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