Hello, me and my husband are going through custody matters and our trial starts in July. During mediation my husband agreed to allow me to have my children for the summer on a certain date (the day after they finished school for the summer break) He has now told me I can't have them unless I sign a paper stating he will get them back and I was wondering if the agreement made during mediation is legally binding? What happens since he is going against the agreement? Trial is to see who gets custody so how can I sign anything saying he is getting them back? He took my children out of state under false pretenses which is the reason for the custody fight to begin with. I hope you can help, thank you!
1 Answer from Attorneys
If you're going to have a hearing on custody. I would hope you plan on having a lawyer. I would ask him.