Ok so my ex and i divorced in 2004. We went to court in march of 2007 to change custody because we both felt that it was best for our daughter to see us both (at the time I had her 90% of the time), but we couldnt agree on anything else. we ended up with 50/50 custody. The order states that I am to have her from sunday mid day to wednesday evening and fridays from 6-830 for dinner. Well, my ex started calling on fridays to say that autumn, our daughter, didnt want to go and that i could just get her a couple hrs early on sunday to make up for the lost time. This was fine. Until about 2 weeks ago. i got a call on saturday from autumn to say that she was having too much fun to come home. I was shocked that her father allowed her to call and tell me this so i asked to speak with him. he accused me of not wanting what was best for her and said that if autumn didnt want to spend her time with me that she didnt have to. I was floored but I let him have it that time. MISTAKE!! Autumn has just called again and told me that since her daddy is going to the beach this week she wants to stay with him. Can he do this? Should it be up to her to decide? She is only 5 and doesnt really understand what is going on.
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