My question involves a child custody case from the State of: Texas
I am married to a man in the Army, my husband was recently stationed up north. My ex husband is trying every way possible to stop me. When we went to court he blindsided me with neglect and the judge order a cps investigation and an ad litem for our child. Cps cleared me, and the ad litem requested we have a social study done by someone, so we did. The person who conducted the social study shares and building with my ex's lawyer, and at our last hearing they even rode together in the same car to court, my attorney advised me that not to worry until her report come before we call conflict of intrest, well, we got the report and it says that I can move, and my child stays living with me however she put in her report that she recomened that I assume 100 percent of all travel cost...one weekend a month, my child is under 3 and so someone would need to fly with him so that can be easly 1000 dollars a month. I feel that after EVERYTHING they have tried they had no legal reason to restrict my residents or remove primary residence of our child so now they are trying to stop me becuase that is something that we simply can't afford to do. My ex has been working out of state for several months and he didn't pay one cent to come back monthly to visit our child, he simply just didn't see him. In this report it stated that because I chose to marry a man in the military 100 percent of travel should be at my expense, I've held a steady job and I give and give for my child but just because I chose to marry someone in the miltary, I should have to do this? It doesn't seem fair, its more like setting me up to fail. Can they do this?