My son is 12 and loves his sports like baseball and 4H events that all fall in the summer, he is set up for 3 weeks to see his dad out of state which takes away his time in his activities that he truly looks forward too.. does he really need to give up his sports to be pulled away by his dad at his age
You can file an application to modify the parenting time schedule, but you need to have a viable alternative as far as making up the time with Dad that you would be seeking to take away. Extracurricular activities certainly are important, but the Court generally feels that time with the noncustodial parent is even more important (particularly if a choice has to be made between the two).
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