I had a dissolution 5 years ago, the child visitation schedule is not working out for the residential parent or me. I am wanting to figure out specifically what I should attempt to change before communicating with the residential parent. Is it beneficial to request specific changes to our current plan, or if there is another county with guidelines that I believe would work better for both parties would that be a possible solution? Not sure if the judge would be bothered by the request of another counties standard visitation guidelines. For example: The county the dissolution took place requires me to give the residential parent any clothing, etc that I purchase for the children. I would like to keep these belongings at my house in the child's bedroom to be worn while they visit with me.
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