He wants more access, input into decisions. Except no big decisions about her life have had to be made yet. He wants to be able to have her when he wants, so if he has a football match to watch in a sat or a stag do to go to he wants to have her for longer etc. He got cross because I said he couldn't have her this Sunday as we were busy. It's not the day we agreed.
She is named after me on the birth certificate, he is named as the father.
I don't know, he seems to think he should be allowed to make decisions about everyday things, I should be providing breakdowns of her week at school etc so he knows everything that is going on.
I know what he is entitled to, I need to know if what has already been agreed mutually is enough.
He has her friday evenings through to Saturday, as she has ballet classes on a sat near his and we wanted to keep the routine for her. He cant pick her up from school as he doesn't finish work till 5.30pm.
He gets school newsletters with dates and he gets copies of school reports.
I'm not happy with half the school holidays, he couldnt get that time off work anyway and I'm sorry but your asking a 6 yr old to spend 2 to 3 wks of a summer away from her home! I don't know of any other parental arrangement where that has been the case - through friends who have divorced.
All I want to know is, is the arrangement I have detailed, legally is it enough?
Friday evenings through to sat: extended in the half terms, and week in the summer holidays, and she speaks to him via telephone most evenings when he calls. He is consulted on all major decisions when and if any, he is invited to all family occasions.
Is this reasonable or not?