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  • MomofBoys
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    It is a mean thing to do, but I think that unless it is specifically in their agreement that she provide clothes, then she does not have to (just like she wouldn't send them with food or even spending money).

    I certainly am not sticking up for her, but in my experience, when I would send my son to see his dad, the dad would often return him WITHOUT the things I had sent him with. Needless to say, I would later realize that I had to go to the store to pick up a pair of pants here and a blanket there and even bottles, because he decided they should belong at HIS house (rather than buying them himself).

    As I said, not sticking up for her, but she's probably thinking, "I provide their stuff here, he should do it there." It's childish, but legal.

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  • just_me1960
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    Sorry, yes it was their dad who picked them up.
    So a stop at the mall and everyone will be happy.
    I just cant believe someone could do that.....

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  • MomofBoys
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    Originally posted by just_me1960 View Post
    Can a parent send children for a court ordered visitation with only the clothes on their back...This is for a one week visitation.
    The clothes she sent them in was p.j's for an 800 mile drive.
    To me as a mother of 4 this is a horrible thing to do to your kids, but is it illegal?
    Who drove them the 800 miles? I am assuming these are your husband's children... did he pick them up?

    I don't think there is anything illegal about it.

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    no clothes for children Florida

    Can a parent send children for a court ordered visitation with only the clothes on their back...This is for a one week visitation.
    The clothes she sent them in was p.j's for an 800 mile drive.
    To me as a mother of 4 this is a horrible thing to do to your kids, but is it illegal?
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