My question involves a child custody case from the State of: CA
My ex and I recently signed a visitation agreement. Upon review of the agreement, I realize that many of my stipulations were actually not granted, though I TRUSTED my lawyer to ensure they were part of the agreement.
I am now exploring how I can revisit this agreement, as my ex's interpretation of it is very loose and it worries me that I won't be able to have any control over my children's basic environment (for instance, he can take the kids anywhere out of the county without my approval, I don't have control over who he secures for child care, his girlfriend can sleep over and I have no say over whether or not they sleep together, or even where my children are in relation to their sleeping arrangement, etc.) It was my understanding that I would have some say in all of these things and I feel my lawyer has misled me into signing our current agreement.
NOW, I find out that my ex is moving in with his girlfriend. I have explained to him that I am teaching my children that his actions with his girlfriend are immoral (obviously, they are not married) - but he does not CARE. When I ask for my new agreement, will the fact that he is blatantly disregarding my moral objections play a role in the court's consideration? What else can I do to STOP this behavior?