No, unless you are under a specialized visitation agreement in Brooklyn, during your visitation time your former spouse should have a reasonable ability to contact you and your child (as via a cell phone), but you are not obligated to provide an itinerary to cover every trip out for ice cream or which movie theater you’ll be catching a matinee in.
There are circumstances where your former spouse should have more information, such as if your child has plans to stay the night with a friend during your visitation.
In that instance, your former spouse should have the contact information for the friend’s parents.
Many couples struggle to develop a good co-parenting arrangement after a divorce, but sometimes a line is crossed and your former spouse ends up actively interfering with your custody agreement or visitation.
When that happens, there may be relief. Call the attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino today at 718-725-9601 to speak to an experienced Brooklyn visitation attorney for free.