Joint legal. I have primary physical. Dad gets every other weekend (we live 3.5 hours apart) He’s had our son from 12/19-1/1 because of his weekend and Christmas break. We met 1/1 to do the exchange and now he’s expecting me to meet him again on 1/2 for his weekend visitation. I lost a weekend due to him having Christmas break and we never discussed how we would handle weekends after holidays (if one parent would just have 3 weekends in a row or since dad had 2 weekends then mom gets 2 weekends and we resume the normal alternating weekend). Our order also does not mention any language as to help us decide. When I got my son, he has a cut on his lip and per his dad, has thrown up twice in the car. It’s not the first time he’s been sick in the car. He’s been gone and off of his normal schedule (naps and bedtime) for 2 weeks and goes back to preschool 1/6. I feel as though it’s better for the child to be home and take a few days to get back his routine before having to go back to preschool. Dad is not being understanding and now is threatening to take me back to court if I don’t meet him on 1/2, he no longer wants to speak about the issue. Not sure what to do.
It appears he could. Assuming the order states that the holiday schedule supersedes the regular schedule and there is no language in the order that states one parent cannot have 3 consecutive weeks, then whatever the regular schedule is now would resume.
this is general information and not providing specific legal advise nor is it creating an attorney/client privilege nor an attorney/client relationship.
If you cannot come to a resolution between yourselves, you will have to go back to court.
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