Has anyone gone back to court to change visitation?
Im not talking about changing custody, just visitation. BF signed divorce papers that no one should have ever ok'ed. He didnt have a lawyer and basically his X got everything. Money and assets aside, the worst part is he can only see his daughter with a family member that his X ok's. (she claims he is a drug addict...not true in the least unless you consider taking an aspirin in front of daughter) So as it stands, its her parents or her that are ok'ed.
He has a lawyer now and currently is fighting out in court additional dramas (his X has taken him back to court at least once a month for 2 years)
His lawyer said they need to work on the house issues so basically they are still on the defense until that gets settled. In the mean time, the only way his X will allow him to see his daughter (who is 9) is at the marital home which of course is not good for anyone. Maybe they should be required to attend mediation. This has been very trying and all consuming. BF is going to take visitation issues back to court and will do anything it takes to get to see his daughter without the control of X.I would hope that the court will see fit to lay the burden of proof on her as well as any costs related to the proof (which again wont be a problem)He was also forced to move out of the second home, which is the current battle, and moved in with me just over the state line, so in a different state. I guess what Im asking is did anyone have luck changing visitations? Do you suppose it would be like custody and have mediation and the whole works? What could be involved in the process?