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The parenting plan was created in 2006 via mediation. The parenting plan was later attached to a court order. After my ex moved from Idaho to Nevada the court ordered us to create a new visitation plan, which we could not agree on. We both submitted a visitation plan to the court, the court gave ordered a visitation schedule for me; however the court did not address the old parenting plan.
The order that the parenting plan is attached to was not submitted to the Idaho court for "Foreign judgement" if that makes any sense.
My ex wife is threatening to submit paperwork today to prevent my daughter to have her six week visitation (July 19, 2013-Aug 29, 2013) with me based on an agreement we made during mediation in 2006 (when we both lived in Nevada) that was entered into the parenting plan.
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