- Will the vacation interfere with his visitaion rights? How long will the vacation last?
Normally, slight deviations from the visitation schedule are okay if both parties accept them. In this case, it sounds like you have tried to make sure that even if you go on vacation, your ex will still get the same amount of visiation with the kids. If he does not agree to this, he could object to the vacation, but since you are willing to work with him to make up the visitation time, it's unlikely that the court will force you to stay home, unless the make-up time is very inconvenient for him or unless he has some other valid reason for objecting to the visitation. If he is just objecting to be difficult, it's pretty unlikely that the court will force you to stay home.
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