I was told at the time to do shared joint custody and I could get residential later.Now that I am trying to get residential custody, I'm told I can't because there is not enough for it to be changed.For example, I just got an adorable basset hound named Rosie. I have no expectation of privacy regarding where we walk, what I’m wearing when I walk her, or how I react when she pulls on the leash. Anyone can take a picture of us and post it online, preferably with a caption that says, “Sassy lady and her awesome dog,” and there’s nothing I can do about it (as long as they’re not misrepresenting me or commercializing my image without my consent).If you’re in a public place and someone snaps a picture of you while you’re falling down drunk, getting arrested, picking your nose, scowling at a crying baby, or not wearing pants, there’s probably nothing you can do if that picture shows up online somewhere.He has now changed jobs so I don't know where he works. I want primary residential custody of the kids because we can no longer get along. Will it matter that I allow for him to have the kids during my scheduled time due to family and stuff that comes up?Brette's Answer: A change in circumstances has to be shown for there to be a change in custody, so you need to show the court that something has changed since the last time you were there.Child custody changes often occur as children get older and want to experience what it's like to live with the other parent.
My boyfriend's son is still sleeping in bed with his mom.I’m not going to get into commercializing a person’s image or misrepresenting a person.I’m only addressing whether someone can post a picture that they took of you on their Facebook page, blog, Flickr, etc.You are interpreting that there is something sexual , perhaps in this world those things do happen but most times when parents share their bed with their children it has nothing to do with sex but more to do with Love and comfort and maybe convenience .Probably most children out grow this anyway and once puberty is reached or earlier they naturally want their own room and privacy.