My question involves a child custody case from the State of: Washington
Not sure if this is the right thread location, but here we go.
The other parent is declining our child's ability to do driver's ed. Of course without driver's ed our child cannot get a license until they are much older. Does one parent have the ability to not allow this? In the parenting plan both parents are responsible for education choices. But this becomes more than just the ability to drive. With a license, our child could drive themselves to and from the scheduled parents time rather than the parents. This is more of an issue, because the custodial parent has set limitations on when, and where, l can pick the child up (has to be immediately after school at 3 which is during most peoples working hours, including mine). I have agreed to supply the vehicle and insurance, making it a non cost factor.
With all that said, can one parent be the deciding factor for driver's ed?