Father wants mother (custodial parent) to send child to his new State of residence for visitation and wants mother to pay half the cost.
Father moved out of state by choice and not for reasons of employment.
Mother has informed father that he may visit child in home state with prior notice but will not send child to fathers new state of residence.
Father has had mother summoned to court for denial of visitation.
Mother has no money for lawyers. Father has received large inheritance and can afford travel to childs home state as well as paying lawyers to harass mother.
Terms of divorce allowed for outstate visitation only if mother were to move out of state (return to her home state) which she has not done. Mother continues to reside in state where divorce took place.
Divorce took place in Michigan. Father moved to New York.
Child's age: 12 years
Any comments or advice would be greatly appreciaited