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He is six.
He does have constant contact with the child but does lead his own life which is leading to the break up of the relationship.
Full contact with the child will be offered.
My daughter feels that by moving down to the south that her family and friends will be able to give a better support network with taking and picking up from school after school activities, etc
He has contact day to day, but his mother will take to school 4 days a week in the morning after my daughter has delivered the boy to their house. His mother also picks up 3 times a week and my daughter picks up from their house. My daughter works 4 days a week and the father 5 days a week.
The bone of contention is that my daughter takes the boy to all the outside school activities and week end activities, with the father doing things for himself, such as football cycling, gym, etc, which has obviously come between them. They are talking about splitting up, which I hope does not happen for the child's sake.
Additionally all contact with the school comes down to my daughter dealing with it.
If you need even more detail I will have to get that information from my daughter.
Yes, but at point of break up.
He is open to see him at any time pre-arranged. No thought has been given to costs and time. What would need to be put in place?