You should hire an experienced family law attorney to send him a letter with an offer to settle these issues. If he will not cooperate, you may want to file a Complaint to obtain a court order.
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If you have a current order in place and he isn't following it, you could file for contempt. If you don't have an order in place, file a custody complaint to get one and mitigate these issues. You will certainly need an attorney to help you deal with all of this so I agree with my colleagues that you should consult one ASAP.
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You should both cooperate with each other. I understand though that many parents cannot cooperate or be civil. Does your current custody order state the location for the exchange? If not, you may need a more explicit order to assist in making the exchanges.
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