Our expert says:
Best take this matter to court, and have a court lay down rules for fair visitation rights for you, which your ex will not be allowed to ignore. A court must decide on what would be best for the child, and would not be sympathetic to one parent;s wish to be hurtful to the other or simply caprivious. You quote her of speaking of "her daughter" -- the child is not "Her" daughter, but a child with her own rights, who happens to be the daughter of her AND of you.
She can't simply claim that you are some sort of danger to the child without being able to subatantiate that. The courts have become more understanding of and sympathetic to, the father's rights, not automatically siding with the mother. Get a good lawyer if you can, to represent your needs and those of your child.
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