Diane`s question: I just found out that my son`s father is moving to Florida. He only saw his son once more than a year ago. What are the chances that he will try to have a visit and that my son will have to visit him? My son is only 14 months old. Can he receive 6 weeks of visits for each leave? Question from Faith: The judge signed the decree and said that I was getting physical custody and that my ex was visited every weekend. He lives 4 o`clock away. Who is responsible for bringing the children and having the children? It was not in the decree. Economic considerations: Agreements may be limited by the financial realities of co-parents. If air travel between homes is particularly expensive, a remote sensing plan must take into account the financial means of the co-parents. Brette`s response: Since you have not tendered for the visit, you can do whatever you both agree.
If he does not agree, he may submit a request for amendment. I agree with your concerns, but you must remember that in children of this age, the number of visits is also important. They need a father they see regularly. I think you`re right not to take him to his location and I agree that if he wants to see them, he has to have a plan that could include a night in a hotel or, at the very least, something planned and organized. « Back to the top of the page Transportation methods and the cost of out-of-state visits are something that should be decided in advance. By adding this information to your educational plan, you can help avoid confusion and disagreement later on. Question: In our divorce contract 3 years ago, my ex was allowed to visit every other weekend. We still saw each other halfway until he moved to another state nine months later. At that time, we decided that he would see our son in his parents` house in NH for a few weeks every summer and during the school holidays. He recently moved to NH and is now threatening to take me to court for non-compliance with the original court order.
We both kept our agreement for almost three years, and now he is trying to put me in trouble when he agreed. Will I go to court and try to change the order? Of course, this bad situation can often be made worse if your former spouse doesn`t respond to your requests for additional visits or worse, just refuses to give you more time. .