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July 19th, 2014, 02:09 PM
Mega Super Mommy
Join Date: Mar 2013
I wouldn't communicate that you are petitioning for sole custody to your exH.
If you have an attorney, let the paperwork from him/her speak for itself. No need to give the other person warning. The attorney will advise you on the time sharing out of state. He/she would have to look at your specific agreement.
I gave my exH no warnings of what was to come during the divorce and did not feel bad in the slightest. He was used to bullying me to get his way and I was finished being walked all over.
Mom to 4 girls - one age 9 (January 2005), 7 year old twins (January 2007) and new baby girl born July 2, 2014
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