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Thank you for the quick response; it was the reasurance I was looking for. Yes, those words were copy and pasted, so that's how it reads.
I'm happy to pay! Appreciate your help.
One more thing I don't think you made clear; according to the agreement, that's it is father's odd year for July 4th, but it is during my vacation week, right dab in the middle; do I need to return her to him July 4th?
The agreement does say, "Unless the time is part of a vacation period of the other party, Mother shall have the right to July 4 in the even years and Father shall have the right to July 4 in the odd years. The holiday shall commence at 11:00 a.m. on July 4 and continue until11:00 a.m. on July 5.
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