Q: Currently I have alternate weekends which are from Sat from 10 until Sunday to 8pm. I live in NJ to cross NY back and forth which I feel is unfair because I believe it should be 50/50 but I am going to trail to fight that as we speak. So my question is really, if on the court paper of visitation it states “liberal visitations” and I wanted to know how does it help me as the NCP. For example, I was on court last Thursday and my son was in daycare till 3:30pm. The court ended at 2:45pm and I wanted to see my son at daycare for atleast 10 minutes before I have to drive back to NJ. 2 things happened, which was when I text my sons mom who I am not married to just a child together. She said NO that its not my day of visitation. Also, the daycare when I called to see him he said there is a law that I cannot see my son during daycare hours. I found that absurd because I don’t even think that there is really a law for that. I have no restraining order placed on me nor violent history. Can someone give me advice and what action should I take so when I go to my court day on 10/23/2017.
A: You should ask for a schedule of visitation. That way you’ll know when you get to see the child. Schedule a consult with a Bronx Child Custody attorney for a full assessment.