Can I Use My Agreed Upon Vacation Time With My Kids To Do A Stay-Cation Instead?

Can I Use My Agreed Upon Vacation Time With My Kids To Do A Stay-Cation Instead?

Dear Attorneys,

I have a custody order with my ex-girlfriend. We were never married, but have 2 children together. The current order says that we each get 2 non-consecutive weeks of vacation each summer. I don’t know if we can travel this summer. Can I do a staycation with my kids under this agreement?

Sincerely,

Summer In-House

 

Dear In-House,

If you want the short answer, it’s yes. You can absolutely do a staycation with your kids for the 2 non-consecutive weeks. In fact, that is likely the safest option right now. We recommend that you request your vacation time in a timely manner, and make sure it is in line with any stipulation that you have.

We understand that in times like this, issues may arise regardless. Should you need help with your custody agreement, please do not hesitate to contact us. We can make your custody issues easier, not harder.

Attorneys Kristen Wolf & Shari-Lynn Cuomo Shore will work tirelessly to negotiate, or mediate the issues, and assist you with updating your custody arrangement as necessary. With 20 years of combined experience, you will rest assured knowing that they are tenacious enough to protect your best interests, and compassionate enough to help you through this process.

Ever argue with a woman? Let Wolf & Shore Law Group go to work for you. Contact us here, call us at 203.745.3151, or email us at info@wolfandshorelaw.com.

Very Truly Yours,

Wolf & Shore Law Group

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