Our expert says:
I hope some of our readers, who I know have experience in this area, can give you a useful answer. I, of course, am not a lawyer. I wonder why he is now wanting so much more time with her ? If you were awarded sole custody, the court must have had ( should have had ) good reasons for that. With no reason to suppose you are any the less able to care for the child, and no overwhelming reason why he should have more time with her, I see no basis for any court changing the arrangement. ANy court is required to decide on the basis of the child's best interests ( and that's not necessarily what a child may want ) and not on the preference of either of the parents
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