My question involves a child custody case from the State of: California
I have Sole physical Custody of our almost three year old daughter, we share Joint legal Custody even though she's lived with me since she was three months old. He has always had supervised visitation and suppose to come once a week. He only shows maybe five times a year. She doesn't refer to him as dad. I'm getting married soon with someone I just had my second child with and the almost three year old thinks he is her father, which is great. But now that the bio dad just moved to Utah he wants to skype every week now. I want to take him to court to get Sole Legal Custody now he is out of state, and I think it's a bad idea for him to skype because it will end up being only a hand full of times a year and she Doesn't really know him.
I agreed to bio dad with skyping once a week since he moved, he saw her on the computer once. Now it's been over a month, and I haven't heard from him, I believe this is a unhealthy relationship for my three year old.
Will the court agree? Or think I'm just nuts.
And will the court think it's a good idea for me to have Sole Legal Custody because he is out of state now?