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Ya states interpret things differently. But if your state says that's wrong go with it!
My state (Nevada) considers vacation time like a holiday and holidays trump all else. Me personally, I don't like going two weeks without hearing from my kids, but I also don't want to stop my time at Disneyland for a call.

My judge would say, and has said Uninterrupted means no phone calls or other visitation arrangements and it trumps all other schedules.
Her husband however...shouldn't jump in the middle.

Visitation Issues / Re: Article
« on: Jun 15, 2012, 12:54:48 PM »
My exs ex roommate told me to print out my exs MySpace page for a court situation I had. So I went to do it and went straight to the date of the comment I needed. After I printed it out I noticed a post that made me laugh so hard. It said "I've moved on. I'm over you". Which was a month after my wedding. Kinda like who are you trying to convince.

Second Families / Re: On the verge of depression
« on: Jun 15, 2012, 10:45:20 AM »
You bring tension to a situation where there is too much.

It sounds like you talk to bio mom. If this is indeed the case STOP! If she is causing drama you have to stay out of it. Support your husband and love the child....but from the background.

Is she faulting you.....possibly. He needs to treat her very business like. It is emotional for both parents in custody situations and he needs your support.

Custody Issues / Re: How to stop from taking child?
« on: Jun 13, 2012, 07:31:01 PM »
And you need to do that sooner than later!!

Father's Issues / Re: Now Illinois gets on the bandwagon!
« on: Jun 13, 2012, 07:29:55 PM »
Phenomenal!! But if they enforce it in a manner like they enforce child support....it will all be for not.

Pretty sure the lobbyists who didn't want it to pass are backed by custodial parents bend on applying hell to the noncustodial.

Visitation Issues / Re: Vacation time
« on: Jun 12, 2012, 10:41:53 AM »
Not disagreeing with the loophole theory Tigger. 100% agreed.

I do reiterate however. Follow the court order. If I misinterpreted something as far as timing bekind, I still say follow the court order. If HE never said I'm adding the three days to YOU....then peace.  (I for some reason thought he had and the mother stated why. I still would tell the police she is leaving you alone with a TPO)

Visitation Issues / Re: Vacation time
« on: Jun 12, 2012, 10:14:49 AM »
And just to add. I used to help my ex. Gave her extra time and all. Then I messed up planning for a camping trip asked to switch and I would make up her time. She literally said via email "you should have planned better". So I obeyed court order to a T. We went to court and she told judge I wouldn't work with her about switching. Told judge I had and showed him email said that made me start following court order. He told her you did it to yourself and I can only make him obey the court order.

Visitation Issues / Re: Vacation time
« on: Jun 12, 2012, 10:09:22 AM »
I have a I do as I please ex. It sooner or later will bite them in the ass. But simply fearing abduction won't work. For mine I told the judge she was running from a warrant which helped support my cAse and aided my flight risk concern as well as other issues. But point is you have to have a reason to support it.

Second of all. If she violates the TPO YOU NEED TO REPORT IT TO THE POLICE! If they do nothing then you file motion for contempt with the TPO judge and attach numerous emails as evidence.

Sometimes you have to not be flexible if the other parent takes advantage of you constantly but choose your battles. If he gets weekend due to fathers day then why would he use it as vacation time.......if it was mothers day weekend would you?? Or would you piggy back like he is??  The judge will side with him sayin he asked for 17 days cause three were holidays.

HOWEVER. if his pickup for fathers day isn't till Friday afternoon. Tough cookie. See what I'm saying??

Visitation Issues / Re: Vacation time
« on: Jun 11, 2012, 05:04:20 PM »
Also what do you mean by scheduled time? From what I have seen in Nevada language for summer vacation "request" is not really that. If the other person provides proper notice then it trumps other orders. Please elaborate

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