You can and should have the order modified to specify your parenting time on holidays, weekends, and summers. You should file a petition to modify your visitation/custody order so that this can be delineated in a court order. You want to do it as soon as possible so you don't have this same issue in the coming summer and holidays. Contact a local family law attorney to assist you with this.
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I agree. Especially here in NY, where everything takes time.
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The short answer is yes, this appears to be a good basis for modifying the order. You are best advised to schedule a consultation with a Westchester Child Custody attorney for a full assessment.
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I am sorry to hear about your situation.
You should contact an attorney to discuss your questions as additional information would be helpful. Will he be willing to put something in writing if you tell him that otherwise you'll go to ct. to get a modification?
I wish you the best of luck.
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