My question involves a child custody case from the State of: Florida
I was awarded several weeks of uninterrupted visitation during the summer this year per my final judgment. I was also awarded first choice for picking when my uninterruped weeks started and ended as long as I notified the other party by May 10 via certified mail.
I have complied with my notice of summer visitation weeks 3 weeks before the court ordered due date. I got a letter via certified mail from the mother stating that she didn't agree with the dates of one of my weeks and there I would need to change my week around to her liking if I wanted to exercise my summer visitation.
I responded via certified mail that I would be exercising my right to these weeks as awarded in the Final Judgment and would not be changing any dates as she demanded and in addition I filed a "Motion for enforcement" with the courts. I stated in this motion that the mother is attempting to deny me my awarded summer vacation.
In return to my motion for enforcement she filed a motion to dismiss stating she has never stated that she will be denying my summer visitation (despite having signed a letter and sending it to me certified mail).
I want to file and answer and attach her letter where she states that if I want my visitation that i will change my days and then go after her for perjury since she stated in her answer and motion to dismiss that she never attempted to deny me my summer visitation.
Any ideas on how I should word this answer/motion? She has clearly purjured herself and I want to attack her credibility since I will be filing my petition to modify FJ and go after full cusody within the next few months.