Visitation schedule question. How to interpret this, 4 hours for trick or treat day/night or in each neighborhood? The "or"?
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It won't matter what someone tells you, unless the other parent agrees with what you are told. Check your parenting agreement for resolving disputes. Typically, it will require mediation of any dispute, and if that doesn't resolve it, then it can be submitted to the court for a resolution. Talk to the attorney who represented you, or use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local family law attorney to review the agreement and all the facts, and advise you.
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