Legal vs. Physical Overstepping
BM has full legal custody (medica/educational/religious) but physical custody is 50/50. She ONLY has this because our state won't force joint custody and well she's the mom so she gets a leg up in court.
She keeps trying to overstep her authority though and tries to do things like tell us we can't send him to afterschool on our time, or tries to schedule camps for him on our weeks. She keeps filing motions in court to try to stop us from not complying with her, the last of which was dismissed outright by the judge who stated she can't trump physical custody decisions on our time. Now she is trying to twist it into a medical issue to try and make it fall under her authority. She lawyered up for the first time and is trying to get SK's doctor to call in on the hearing to claim fatigue from his "serious medical condition" (unofficial mild hypermobility) is causing behavioral issues at camp and that since he has this "serious medical condition" she should control what activities he can do on our time.
Should we be worried that this tactic will suceed and she will essentially control our calendars? Is it worth lawyering up when we really can't afford to?