The Pearl Harbor star is fighting for an enforcement of a court order granting him 'make-up time' for visitation days he has lost while starring in theatre hit Entertaining Mr. Sloane.
The show, which closes later this month, has left Baldwin hardly any time to spend with 10-year-old daughter Ireland, and now the actor is desperate to compensate.
Although he is entitled to extra visits, Baldwin insists his wife-of-nine years is making it difficult for him to set dates.
He tells PageSix.com, "It never ends. You'll go to court and get a court order, but then you have to go to court again to enforce the order."
A friend adds, "He gets just Mondays off, so he goes to Los Angeles literally for the day, takes his daughter to school, sees her at lunch and then flies back."
Baldwin has already spent $1.25 million in legal fees and the drawn-out custody battle has prompted him to write a book about divorce procedure.
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