Well we were the ones that moved. not her and yes this really needs to get revised. But i suppose she is right, since i am to have them this weekend, being HER weekend and its fathers day weekend, i do have to bring them so i minus well just bring them in sunday because i don't want to spend fathers day without them. Its me again, throwing in the towel just to make her happy. Its all starting to make sense talking to yall. Its been really helpful. My wife has been boggling her mind going through the papers trying to get this worked out.
Quote from: MixedBag on Jun 12, 2013, 09:21:11 AMQuotePapers say June 15th, 6pm. This falls on fathers day weekend. Both mom and I are in a disagreement about how the kids should get to her. she says i have to drop them off at her house because the 15th falls on fathers day weekend. Papers state that on fathers day weekend I am suppose to pick them up from her and drop them back off, BUT the papers also say that during the start of her possession periods, she is to pick them up from me.
Here's how I see this -- not that it makes logistical sense...ok?
She is to pick up the children on June 15th at 6 pm -- and she'll take them 200 miles back to her place.
You pick up the children on June 16th Father's Day -- spend the day with them and then return them that evening.
Does it give a start time for Father's Day?
Since she moved -- this year, it logistically doesn't make sense anymore.....
So I agree with the suggestion to offer to meet her half way on Father's Day -- since you all have been sticking to the normal 1/3/5 weekend plan.
ALSO -- I'm wondering -- in Texas, for a long distance plan, HOW does that change weekends every month?