So this is a little bit of a rant.
Basic background: BM has full legal (educational/medical) but physical custody is 50/50. We took her to court last fall for relief to send him to after school because she was fighting it. The judge ruled it was considered childcare and not educational therefore she couldn't stop us sending him on our weeks.
BM just filed an Emergency Motion against BD because she signed up SK for summer camps on our weeks this summer and we told her she can't do that because its childcare. She is claiming that since she signed him up for a science camp that it should be considered educational to fall under her legal decision. She is also claiming that limiting the locations he goes to will reduce his risk of being exposed to COVID-19 trying to also make it a medical decision. Seeing as camps have new kids every week, all camps are required to follow the same CDC guidelines AND SK is not considered "high risk" this is BS. ALSO the camps she signed him up for on our weeks he is waitlisted for.. So he may not even get in and then we'd have to scramble to figure it out with work.
She is also claiming financial hardship (which is BS because you don't pay to stay on the waitlist), stating she can't get that money back. Meanwhile she owes BD over $800.00 and is still fighting him to give her the entirety of the child portion of the stimulus check (they alternate tax years so he got the credit). He offered to credit her half of it towards what she owes and she ghosted on the issue. She is now over 90 days overdue to pay.
She also decided to include in the emergency motion that we are putting him in serious danger by giving him medication she hasn't approved of... a children's gummy multivitamin... It has no overlap with his other medication. She tried to tell us that the doctor said he could OD on them but when BD contacted the doctor directly they told us it was perfectly safe.
She is trying to get the court to give her the ability to overrule and enforce any and all decisions. Even those outside of her scope. Seeing as courts are still closed we have to file a motion to dismiss and hope that they aren't lazy and just grant her what she wants.