My son lives with his mother in Connecticut, and I live in New York. We have a visitation in place where I get him every other weekend, for a few hours during the holidays, alternating winter and spring breaks, and three weeks in the summer. She is now taking me back to court and trying to reduce my summer vacation time to two weeks! I actually just discovered it would be possible to have him anywhere from 4-6 weeks during the summer especially because I live far away, and don't have him that much during the school year which the extra time would equal the parenting time. I was told I could have a consecutive four weeks or split it up in two sessions where I can have him two separate times for 2-3 weeks long. Is this true? Her lawyers are telling me that a judge wouldn't grant this?
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