Spring Break

Written by on March 10, 2016 in Attorneys, Child Custody, Coparenting, Divorce, Parenting

Spring Break is approaching and it’s time to make sure that your holiday child custody schedules are set.  During a divorce, parents often have an order to share their children’s school holidays, whether it be alternating the holiday each year or dividing the break in half each year.

However you and the other parent decide to share the school holidays, this would be a good time to send a quick message to the other parent to confirm the schedule to ensure your children will have the best Spring Break experience.  It looks like this year the snow in the mountains may last through Spring Break, so if you plan to take the kids skiing, be sure to review your custody order to see what notice or consent you need to provide or obtain to take the children out of the county or state.  If you will be in a different time zone, make arrangements for phone calls/FaceTime/Skype with the other parent, especially if you need to change the time of the scheduled calls during the vacation.

Some children have sports tournaments throughout Spring Break.  Try to share the tournament schedule with the other parent so that your children can have as many supporting fans at their games as possible.  Everyone likes to be cheered on.

Finally, if you and the other parent are unable to reach an agreement about Spring Break, call your family law/divorce attorney as soon as possible to handle this matter.

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