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My S and O states the non custodial parent shall have two weeks

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My S and O states the non custodial parent shall have two weeks uninterrupted time in June and July with our child. I have given him prior notice of a 4H event in June and also another in July. The time he wants would not allow our daughter to participate but if he changed his request by a couple days,he would still have a 14 day time in both months and our daughter could do her shows. Is this a first come first served sort of thing or can I make the demand that she shows in the events and his time works around it.
You would need to follow the court orders by the letter. If he is to get two weeks uninterrupted, then he gets them uninterrupted and it does not work around her events. Only if your S and O stated that her activities would take precedence before his visitation would you be able to demand that she go to the shows, but if no provisions were made for these events, then dad gets them uninterrupted.

Any changes to the S & O would require going back to court for judicial consideration.






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Customer: replied 7 years ago.
Per the S&O " The parties agree that the child's extracurricular activities are of paramount concern and that they shall make all reasonable accomodations to ensure that the child participate in her activities during their respective custodial times." By changing a few days at the start of his two weeks or the end of his two weeks our daughter could go to fair and he would still have a two week uninterruptrd time share.Do I take this to court or do you believe that sharing this part of the S&O would be sufficient if he pushed things?
Thank for the additional information, if those are the exact words of your S&O then he cannot push things, the child would be able to go to her activities as he has agreed that her activities will take priority during his visitation schedule. If he acts contrary to this agreement you would be able to enforce by filing a contempt action. Right now there is no need to go to court over this, the language is clear that she is to go to her activities even if they land on his days.




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Customer: replied 7 years ago.
Thank you !