If you and your co-parents have shared custody of your children, you will both have a say in important decisions about your children`s education, including where they live. Erika`s question: My 4-year-old daughter`s father lives at 4:30 a.m. in another state. He has a visit every other weekend. From now on, we`ll be halfway there. It really pays tribute to my daughter, me and my car. She doesn`t want to go see him, so I fight with her every other weekend. What is the distance until the remote visit takes place? Debbie`s question: I have a 4-year-old son and his father lives in another state. He thinks, because my son is starting school, that the summer holidays should be. My son won`t be out of kindergarten until June 3rd and my ex tells me he wants to go from May 15 to July 30. He also thinks Thanksgiving and Christmas should be six-week visits. There are no prescriptions, because I thought we could do it.
Can you give me the guidance on that? It is obvious that this conversation will be much more fluid if you get along and are willing to work together in the best interests of children. If you are able to work together and reach an agreement, your lawyer can file an amendment and establish your transaction documents. If not, you will need to discuss with your lawyer how you are submitting your desired parenting plan to a judge. You and your co-parent are trying to put in place a child care system that works for your child without including the family court? Nickki`s question: My ex moves to another state, we approve visiting hours, but who has to pay the fees to have the children back and forth? B. The responding parent was informed and had the opportunity to be heard; A clear description of each party`s legal and material property rights is included in this order; This situation, where a parent lives in another state, occurs more often than we think. It is important to slow things down and think, because any changes to your custody regime (including visitation) must be approved in advance by the court. If both parents are considering an outing, the most important thing you should think about is how much you can negotiate both. Cooperation is the key to the operation of an extra-state calendar.
If you don`t get away with the other parent, think about how to communicate, for example. B through a third party. Brette`s response: Based on what you said is in your order, your children can`t get out of the state with it unless you agree and you`re only obliged to bring them to the pick-up/pickup point indicated. If he wants to get it out of the state and you don`t agree, he has to change the order. Elizabeth`s question: When my ex comes to have my son, he always agrees to bring him back ,as stated in our agreement. But the last two times he had my son, I had to go and get him. We live eight hours apart. If he does not bring him back this time, it will be the third time this has happened. I was wondering if I had a reason to change our agreement. Brette`s response: If the order does not indicate it and you cannot approve it, then you can table an amendment asking the court to clarify the transportation.