My question involves a child custody case from the State of: Ohio
I have full legal and physical custody of my two children. Last summer, my ex lost all visitation with our children due to sexually inappropriate behaviors that were labeled "deviant" but not criminal. In other words, they determined he shouldn't be given visitation, but he wasn't charged with a crime. He was given the option to attend counseling himself and then he could attend counseling with the kids, then he could attempt to regain visitation. Fast forward a year, and he has now decided he's going to do this.
He went to some counseling sessions and discussed his mother and his girlfriend (he sent me all transcripts). He never addressed his sexually inappropriate behaviors. He also made an appointment for him and the kids without discussing it with me, and it falls while our daughter is in summer camp next week. Not only was I given 1 week notice, but it falls on a day when she's not available.
He was made aware of camps and of our vacation schedule for the year. It's non refundable, and it's a camp that she chose because it will help her get into her chosen high school for a specialized digital art and design program. There is no other time this will be offered and there is a waiting list also. I told him twice that she is at camp and he just keeps threatening to have me charged with contempt if I don't take her. I was under the impression that he wasn't even permitted to make appointments for them (per another medical facility he attempted to make appointments at and they refused to allow him without my permission). Am I unreasonable to think that he needs to check our schedule before attempting to make any appointments (if he's even allowed)? I don't feel like these appointments should be allowed to interfere with our scheduled travel, camps, or work schedules. Any input would be appreciated.