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#1 of 6 Old 04-30-2014, 01:22 PM - Thread Starter
 
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My ex and I dont agree on discipline. I dont suspect abuse and have never seen bruises. But my ex will not follow my wishes on no coropral punishment. He and his wife have used it on our two sons we share equal custody. Do I have a chance to put this on our parenting plan (no coropral punishment) without proof of abuse? Please share
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Where do you live? In some places it is now against the law.
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I did but my divorce was uncontested. Xh didn't show for the hearing and judge just signed the agreement I wrote without reading it.


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In my state it is not against the law. Would I have trouble enforcing this in court now?
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It largely depends on how much your ex believes he has to follow the parenting plan and if he'll sign it with the order in it or not. You can bring anything to court if he goes against the order, you'll just need to try to get any evidence you can.


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My little one's father is a very violent, very "entitled", very controlling person and although he has supervised visitation (2 hours, every 2-3 months- we live over 3 hours apart and he has no car), he keeps threatening that it's his "right" to file for every other weekend, etc, come next year.  I don't know how serious he is- on one hand, he has very little interest in my son, on the other hand, he considers my son his "property", an extension of his ego- but in the even he does take me to court next year and get to be alone with my son... my son will not be safe alone with him.  I'm already considering what I'll have to do to make sure my son is safe.  No corporal punishment will be a biggie.


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