This is a brief guide about setting specific parameters to avoid problems concerning holiday parenting time for parents that have children in New Jersey.
The more specific you are about parenting time, the less problems you will have
Problems start from a lack of clarity about important issues. One of the most important issues to people are the time they spend with their children. Because it is a major issue, when parties are not specific about parenting time parameters, problems can easily arise. Who has the baby on Easter? What time is the parenting time? What about the pick up and drop off?
Be as specific as possible concerning parenting time
Ok, you can have the baby on Easter each year. That is not specific enough. Being specific would lay out what time the pick up would be, who is doing the pick up, when the parenting time will end, who will do the drop off and so forth. Leaving these "little details" out of an agreement may leave you in a major disagreement and back in court.
I have the baby for Easter but on Friday he/she said no way
If there are clear signs that a violation will occur because of one party indicates same, it is imperative to go to court for an emergent application so that it will be enforced and that certain sanctions will be imposed if the person does in fact not comply. The other way is after the violation but by that time, you will have missed the holiday but the violator can still face serious consequences.
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