He has primary residential responsibility and I have parenting time, every other weekend, every other holiday and 3 weeks for the summer.
Our papers say:
Decision making- Routine and Major Decisions
The parties agree that routine decisions regarding their son should be made by the person who is currently having parenting time with him. Included in this category would be the day to day decisions such as daily routine, wearing apparel, disciple, nutrition and routine medical care. These decisions could be exercised without the need for consulting with the other parent.
The parties believe that more significate decisions affecting their son should be joint decisions between them, with the requirement that they confer and agree about the decision before implemented. Educational decisions that will have a significant impact on their son would include the school of
You need to hire an attorney who specializes in Family Law immediately.
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