Q: Noncustodial wants to change a temporary visitation order that went to effect less than a month ago. He has two days every week and cannot enforce it due to work. I agree to accommodate him on another day but the problem is that hes constantly late do not do the homework and feed the child properly since the beginning of the order. Judge said he needs to do all this. Do I have the right to accommodate him to another date since he cannot enforce the agreed ones or if I deny it will get into trouble? Next court is in December.
A: If he wants to change the order from what it is, then it’s up to you to either agree or he needs to present the issue to the Judge on the next date. That said, I’m not sure I understand your objection to moving the days. Schedule a consult with a Bronx Child Custody attorney for a full assessment.