Can The Ex Pick Up Our Children At School In Pasco County Without My Permission?
If you do not have full custody, your ex will most likely not be turned away from Pasco County schools if he or she shows up to pick your kids up.
If your ex has some visitation rights, that gives him or her the right to pick your kids up, unless you have a court order that prohibits him or her from picking up the kids.
If you do not want your ex picking up the kids, you need to let the school know who can and cannot pick up your children from now on.
You should attach paperwork from the court showing that your ex is not allowed to pick up the children, or if your divorce decree doesn’t specify that, just let the school know that it is your preference that your ex not be allowed to pick up the kids.
If your ex is showing up at your child’s school unannounced and picking up your kids, it also sounds like you need to work on a visitation plan. The visitation plan should clearly list who picks up the kids from school and where they go, so that there are no more surprises.
This will also help the kids to have a more stable schedule. If you two can’t agree, a mediator could help with the process. As a last resort, you could consider going back to court to work on your visitation plan.